To me, in the physique game, it's wise to become an effective minimalist.
An effective minimalist is someone who is committed to getting results without wasting a single drop of sweat, an ounce of willpower, and without increasing injury risk with stuff that doesn't matter.
If you want a better looking body, but find it difficult to do what it takes, we should be passionate about consistently doing the minimum amount of work it takes to make a difference.
Sometimes, we can do extra work -- if we want to. But we should never feel we should do more, and never do anything that takes our focus away from what truly matters.
Doing more is rarely advantageous in the long run. Prioritise being an effective minimalist, only do more training if you enjoy it or have reason to.
The effective minimalist has a very limited workout on paper, but absolutely commits to getting it done -- no matter what.
An effective minimalist embarks on their 28-day challenge with both absolute confidence they can make it stick, and realistic expectations of what's going to happen.
The effective minimalist puts all their focus on the things that make the biggest difference to the see-it-in-the-mirror results we all want:
--> Big Bang compound strength moves
--> eating right.
It's not easy to have a great body, but if you know what matters, if you stick to principles of fundamental importance, then it's a whole lot easier.