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Compliance is a very important and crucial part of any routine you may set yourself, whether it be an ongoing change to your life or a short term routine.

One major factor with setting any exercise routine, diet or everyday work routine is the reality of things being completed on a day to day basis (the compliance).

Below are some factors to take into account when setting up a routine, plan or task list.

  • Repetitiveness, is this something you can maintain or do you need variety.
  • Work hours and the type of work you do.
  • Children or no children.
  • Time of day for your routine
  • Type of food
  • Type of exercise
  • The biggest one of all ATTITUDE


These are all factors to take into account and may hinder your compliance if the routine is too advantageous or simply just not right for you.


One critical mistake I see all too often is a new beginner to the gym who is very keen to get stuck in, they come in everyday for the first couple of months and have been eating the same food everyday all of a sudden they give up, don’t enjoy the gym anymore and go back to fast food options because they didn’t set a routine THEY could comply with. There are plenty of people out there that can comply with this, but there are also a lot of people who cannot.


The reason attitude plays a major role, is the fact people that cannot find time in the afternoons get up at 4am to go get it done and vice versa, if your attitude is not right then you may start out but chances are you wont stick to it or may even resent it, this will lead to you being non compliant.

Also the family factor means you may need to start with 2 days a week to comply and build up from there as you go along, only you know the factors that may hinder you from success.


I will finish with a short piece of motivation to take away. I have hit you guys with what you should do or look out for to be compliant to achieving success but don’t go easy on yourself, make sure you are challenging yourself to be better each and everyday (one more rep, one more metre, one more step).


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