Struggling to hold the bottom of your air squat for 60 seconds? You need to work on your air squats.
Struggling to recover in the middle of a workout or after your workout? You need to feed your body better.
Struggling to get those abs you want? You need to get a clear picture of your nutrition.
Struggling to develop your pull ups? You need to do the skill work shown to you.
Struggling to develop your double unders? You need to practice them before or after class.
Struggling to see the results you desire? You need to be more consistent with your attendance.
Struggling to stay healthy? You need to focus on your recovery more and reduce intensity.
Struggling on improving your fitness? You need to aim for stimulus and improve mechanics.
What we struggle with the most, we tend to ignore the most.
Embrace the struggle. It’s good for you. It’s an opportunity to get better. It’s an opportunity to learn. It’s an opportunity to develop. It’s an opportunity to get out of your comfort zone.
The gym mimics life. If you ignore what you struggle with at the gym, you better believe there is a really good chance you are doing the same in life.