1 - If you like to be a lone ranger.
This isn’t a bad thing. Some people just like to workout on their own.
At Supreme Training we all encourage each other, pick each other up when you’ve had one of those days where you just can’t be arsed with training.
We all go through those times, especially when your training intensity is picking up, life is getting in the way, and fatigue levels are creeping up. It seems like as good a time as any to pack it in, right? Wrong!
This is when training with a team really helps you carry on training, and push through plateaus.
2 - If you’re happy to turn up and workout.
Just like number one, this is completely fine. Health is wealth, so look after yourself.
At Supreme Training, all the Powerlifters have one goal in common, TO GET STRONGER!
So whether one of our lifters decides to test their strength levels at a competition, or in the gym, that’s up to them. But the overall theme in the gym is to be as strong as possible. This is what creates a fantastic none judgmental environment, we are all after the same goal.
3 - If you want to save money and go to a budget gym.
Again, I am not judging people who want to do this. Everyone should look after his or her finances a little better right!
I can categorically say that Supreme Training Gym isn’t the cheapest gym in the area, and to top it off, our training times are limited.
But to me, time is more important, if I am going to invest my time in training, I want to make sure I am training as optimal as possible.
After all, are you wasting your money if you pay more, but get more out of it? And are you saving money by paying for a budget gym, and getting less out of it?
I know which one I’d rather spend my money on!
4 - If you’re waiting till you get stronger before coming training.
This is one I’ve heard a few times. Those that have said that to me, have never came down.
I am not saying they never got strong enough cause we’re all so strong, although our current lifters would like that idea… I’d put my money on them quitting all together.
Whether it’s fat loss, strength training, or starting a new sport, NOW is the best time to start. Get stuck in, meet new people, and learn new things. Getting started is always the hardest part, once your foot is in the door, you’ll feel way more relaxed, and you can let the gains flow!
5 - If you want to think you’re stronger than you are.
Okay, so this last one is a bit of tongue and cheek!
One thing about strength training and doing it in a competitive environment, is that theirs always someone stronger than you.
And just when you think you’re the strongest person in the gym, a new lifter will come along, or a current lifter outworks you, or even more frustrating somebody will bring up WILKS…
My point being, if you want to be good at something, surround yourself with people who are good at it, and are constantly pushing themselves to be better.
Positivity breads positive results, and that is 100% showing at Supreme Training Powerlifting Club. Those entering competitions, are constantly improving, and those who haven’t yet, or don’t want to, are still becoming strong as hell as a by-product of the environment and work ethic built and instilled in the club!
I get that joining a new club can seem like a daunting task, and you know what, it should be!
It should bring you out of your comfort zone, nobody got better while being comfortable right?
I remember every good club I’ve joined, regardless of the sport, I felt anxious, but at the same time excited. I knew training with like minded people that were better than me, or simply outworked me, would make me much better at whatever it was I was taking part in.
So embrace it, expect it, and use it as motivation to better yourself!
If you’re interested in joining Supreme Training Powerlifting Club, then do it, contact me, and lets get the ball rolling.