Goals in the gym, are they attainable?
People come to me all the time telling me their goals and if I think they are achievable. This question can be sensitive at times because everyone wants to achieve their goals. And the simple answer is usually yes it’s achievable.
The problem is that a lot of us don’t want to hear the reality of what it takes to get to where they want to go. Wether it’s a pull up or a 600 pound deadlift. You have to be willing to put in the work that will ultimately get you to your goals.
That means you will have to put more time in to address your weakness. If your goal is that 600 pound dead lift you will need to really focus on your accessory work and make it a priority to hit the hamstrings or glutes or upper back in a way you normally do not. It’s not just dead lift non stop and one day you’ll get there. You have to be willing to do things you normally don’t enjoy doing. As a coach I can relay that to you all day long but at the end of the day it’s on you to put in the work.