Every single one of us has the ability to change our lives if we really want to.
Following the 3 week plan laid out below will bring you to a point, once complete that you will be free to confidently browse and create your own training plan from the library of workouts provided within the Pepper Hustle Platform.
I will help you make positive, permanent and sustainable changes that will enhance your body, mind and lifestyle. You don’t need to spend hours working out and you don’t need to be an expert in the gym.
For me, the most important thing about exercise is the ability to help you feel better, I believe it can turn a bad day into a good one, a dark day into a bright one and a sad day into a happy day.
When we tune into our bodies, to understand that movement nourishes our body and our minds then suddenly things change. How you begin to appreciate your body for what it can do more than for what it looks like.
The 3 week plan laid out below has been developed specifically with beginners in mind. It will help you develop your fitness at a steady pace and help you become noticeably stronger and more confident with each passing day.
Within this segment you will find everything you need to support you throughout the course of your first 3 week training with Pepper Hustle.
It is important that you set yourself up for success. Please take some time before kick off to familiarise yourself with the program and if you have any questions at all please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or use the accountability group “The Pepper Hustlers” to shout out your question and it will be answered. No query is too small or too big, that is why these support mechanisms are in place. To ensure your comfort and success on this program.
The most important element is consistency, a little bit every day leads to magnificent results overall.
Throughout the course of the week you will monitor your progress through your performance.
Every day you will become more familiar, more confident and stronger in your workout and may find your time decrease towards the end of the week or your stamina increase. This may mean you perform better on your finisher or feel stronger on your strength exercises.
This is a healthy measurable, not the scales.
It is really important that you prioritise form and technique over speed. Don’t ever be afraid to go a little slower for the first few reps if it makes you more comfortable in the movement.
You will see the target area for each exercise, concentrate on activating these muscle groups when performing your reps.
I always recommend that as you pass through this process you take photos. You don’t have to do anything with them but when you have photos it is one of the most effective ways to track your progress. This will show you what progress you are making when you feel you aren’t making any.