Why Would You Dive Right into the Deep End?
Just the other day, a client asked me why I have people go right into a 48 hour fast with our Panda Challenge.
The answer in that case is simple, I want to build confidence by eliminating fear right out the gate and time is of the essence (the challenge is 45 days).
Two weeks ago, I decided that me and my buddy Frank would begin to make Friday’s more of an old school, bodybuilding leg workout. I knew Frank wanted to put some size on his legs and I am always looking to push myself, so it seemed to align.
I was faced with the prospect of building up the volume and intensity of the workouts over the course of weeks to alleviate the soreness that would come or we could dive right in.
I chose the latter.
I’d rather get that initial discomfort over and done with and then be able to go balls to the wall each session thereafter.
As I write this, my legs are still sore to the touch:)
So, the answer of whether to dive into the deep end or go slow and steady when it comes to habits is that it depends on the person and what the habit is that you are trying to work on.
Be Unconventional - Kyle Newell
P.S-My new book is finally out on Amazon. It’s all things fasting, from my point of view. If you want a world class tutorial and ‘how to’ with my system of fasting, then you pick up a copy of the book. And if you like it, please leave a review. https://www.amazon.com/Panda-Diet-Unconventional-Approach-Lasting/dp/0578687372/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=kyle+newell&qid=1592831921&s=books&sr=1-2
P.P.S-Now that we are taking new clients once again, we are opening the doors for July to 12 new trial members. This is just what the doctor ordered for you if you’ve been locked in, with little outdoor time, not enough physical activity and not enough fun. You can apply for a spot at this link and Coach Dana will be reaching out to you. https://hillsborough.newellstrength.com/jumpstart