Consistency leads to success. It is better to do a little each day than to perform any behavior is spurts. We have all tried to cram for an exam in college or lose weight over a weekend so we can fit into that outfit for a special occasion. It may get a short term result but it doesn't last. Anything worth having takes time and effort. Studying a little bit each day helps retain information. Eating right each day creates a discipline but also positively impacts our metabolism. Working out a little each day creates a balance in training and improves fitness gains. Reading our Bible each day provides constant reminders of how we should behave. The more days we can put together without taking a voluntary break will lead us to success. Involuntary breaks happen (that is part of life) whether it is a sickness or a conflict in schedules. Those who avoid voluntary breaks are the ones who can successfully overcome involuntary breaks and reduce the negative impact of "interrupted training".
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.