Imagine two footy teams
One has the best game plan ever. The coach gives his players the game plan and tells them to go home and study it
Look at it. Then on the weekend come and implement it
The second team has an okay game plan, it’s not bad, but it’s not perfect
Instead the coach focuses on the skills they’ll need to play the game
Their coach tells them to show up to practice and work on those skills consistently
If both teams meet that week, you’d probably expect the team with the perfect game plan to win
But what about in 2 weeks
Or in 2 months
How about in 2 years?
Which team has made greater progress over that time
That’s obvious right, the team that has taken part in consistent practice
They’re developed skills and habits that will make them more skillful, but also more experienced
The practice will have changed over time to become more challenging
To solve better and more interesting problems
If this makes sense to you, then why are you still looking for the perfect meal plan?
It doesn’t exist.
You need to daily practices that will help you solve the problems you have with your nutrition
Things to do consistently that will develop the skills and habits that you can take with you always
It doesn’t have to be complicated, it should start simple and get more complex over time, as you become more skilled
What’s your biggest problem right now and what are you doing to practice the skills you’ll need to solve it?
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