stewart robertson fitness
So I heard an observation recently that I took on board.
It was relevant to me – and my outlook when it comes to exercise.
And I thought I'd share it with you......
Everyone remembers when they were at their best, regardless of how good that 'best' was.
I always remember that excellent golf drive on the 18th , that cracking game of 5-a-side when I just didn't run out of energy and that time when I could regularly bench 100kg for reps.
And until I heard that bit of advice – I've been setting myself up for disappointment just about every time I exercised.
So now I remember that it was about 15 years ago when I bench pressed my personal best.
I was in my 20s when I 'ruled the 5s pitches' (no-one who actually played football with me back then is allowed to say anything cheeky just now :-) ).
So now I train relative to where I am now. And I suggest you do the same.
I take an extra day recovery and make sure I get my 8 hour sleep.
If you were really active 'pre-baby' – be patient and take your time to get back to that level.
Make sure you get plenty of sleep.
Make sure you take an extra recovery day when your body tells you to.
With a consistent exercise plan you can surpass many of your goals and become the best version of yourself possible.
Good luck and keep moving
Stewart 'still-got-it' Robertson
PS: not promoting anything today – just wanted to share the message.
Stewart Robertson is a fat-loss specialist for Mums (and dads :-) ).