Published January 9, 2017
Consistency leads to success. Success is often a very long road, filled with bumps, divots, valleys, uphill climbs. You must be able to battle through them in order to achieve your goals.
Being consistent requires you to be dedicated to achieving your goals. It means sticking to the program, trusting in the process, finding reasons to follow the plan vs excuses to go off, and not being swayed off the path by another program that "looks" better.
Those who are successful are consistent - in their training, eating habits, daily lifestyle. They don't get detoured, they don't make excuses - they keep plugging on, goal in mind, eye on the finish line.