He’s kinda a big deal, for those that might not have heard of him.
Dan is a pioneer in strength training (inventor of the goblet squat) and athletic development.
With over 5 decades of experience at an elite level and a dry sense of humour second to none (his books and articles are hilarious).
There were many pearls of wisdom in the interview, but the one key take away was summarised in one sentence. No matter what the goal or target is.
“Little and often over the long haul” – Dan John
It’s not sexy… But it’s the truth.
Everyone knows if they put 10% of their income away over a long period then they will be set.
Similar for health and fitness, it has a compounding effect.
Super strict diets and training hard for short periods won’t produce meaningful results.
It’s what you do on a daily basis that adds up.
Before you embark on your next diet or program, ask yourself can this be sustainable for the next 10 years?
6-week programs add up to f#@k all the scheme of things.
It’s just a little harder to market and sell the 10-year training package.
Anyway, I encourage you to listen to the interview with Dan John. You won’t be disappointed.
See show notes from podcast here