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Episode Info: Are you failing when you’re in the gym? We have found over the years that clients are reticent to "fail" when they are at the gym. In this short video we explain why "failing" is actually a good thing, And by not pushing yourself to that point you wont be getting the results that you deserve. In this video, you will learn: Females in particular consider that they’ve failed (negatively) if they don’t complete a full set of repetitions The actual thing you’re trying to achieve when you work out is to push yourself to progress You should actively be looking to fail You’re probably talking and not exercising if you’re in the gym longer than an hour You should try to give your body something to progress from Men are used to failing more than women You’ll actually be succeeding by failing   Join Our Centre in Bedford Join Our Centre in Milton Keynes CLICK HERE To Download A FREE Chapter Of Our New Book " The Belly Fat Cure" Download the PDF Transcription Transcript: Mark:  Hi! This is Mark and Steve from ILoveWeightLoss.co.uk, the place to be to lose fat and increase muscle tone. Are you failing when you’re in the gym? That’s kind of a weighted question because especially with females, we find that if they don’t complete a full set of repetitions for any exercise, then they’ve actually failed. Now, Steve’s going to explain how this is incorrect. Stephen:  It’s not actually true and I know why people get like that, because they’re used to always trying to achieve something. But the actual thing you’re trying to achieve when you work out is to push yourself to progress. Now, if you are able to do – say, for example, you’re doing 60 seconds of an exercise. And you can just do that and you could probably go on for another 90 seconds, another 60 seconds even. Then you’re not actually going to get the training effect that you’re really looking for. What you want to be doing is by say 50 seconds, really be struggling to actually push that weight up and to actually complete your 60 seconds. So by the end of 60 seconds, you’re glad it’s finished. You wouldn’t be able to do another 15, 20 seconds more. You’re actually looking to try and almost fail. So you’re either not able to complete the number of reps or you’re pretty much there so that you couldn’t carry on for very much longer. You are actually looking to try and fail. Mark:  So, an example is whether we’re training to lose fat or tryingRead more »

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