We’ve all been there. You head into the gym feeling great, your warmups move like butter, and then…everything somehow goes wrong. You miss your top set, or your technique falls apart, or – god forbid – you even get injured.
Bad days suck, and there’s no way around that fact. But there are ways to avoid having them, or at least reduce their frequency in your routine. In a previous article, I address three ways that you can actually change your training itself to accommodate a day that goes off track. This time, I’d like to address programming methods you can use to achieve the same goal.