When you work out, are you keeping tracks of sets, reps, how much weight, how long you ran, and etc,. ?
Do you know what you did last workout so you can do a little more this workout?
Do you write down one workout to the next so you can keep track of your progress?
If you are, good! If you are not, why not?
Physically writing down what you did workout to workout will help you achieve your goals by showing you your progression. Showing you what is working and what is not working. It makes you more accountable for your training sessions. It helps takes the guess work out of going to the gym and figuring out what to work on. If you want to achieve your goals it is important that you know where you have been and where you want to end up. You need to write down a clear map of your journey.
So if you are not tracking your workouts you might want to consider starting today. All you need is a pen or pencil and a notebook.
Master Jonathan Field