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".