Sadly, we can’t offer you a nap or coffee to perk up your Monday, but we do have some motivation for your Monday workout!
Since this piece of advice is often overlooked, we’re going to give it to you straight: Don’t ignore the assisting and stabilizing muscles! With the big picture as our goal (a.k.a. sculpted abs or 500-lb. deadlifts), ignoring the details is way to easy.
But Suzanne Digre of WorkoutNirvana has some great advice for re-energizing your workouts in the video below:
To prevent workout tunnel vision and the dreaded plateaus that come with it, Suzanne suggests thinking small.
Rather than focusing on only the big picture, try thinking about the individual muscles that lead to a perfect squat or killer clean and jerk.
Once those assisting and stabilizing muscles are given some extra attention, you’ll start seeing serious gains!
Ready for more advice from Suzanne?
Suzanne Digre founded WorkoutNirvana to help women feel energized, self-empowered, and confident through clean eating, strength training, and healthy mindsets.
In her strength training program, Suzanne provides workouts that are tailored to your schedule, lifestyle, equipment, and experience level.
The program also offers direct, unlimited contact with Suzanne and comprehensive, bi-monthly check-ins to monitor your progress, set new goals, and update your workout!
Video credit: Suzanne Digre