There are some keys to the psychological factor in training that are often underestimated and that will make your results noticeably better. These keys can directly result in you achieving your goals, instead of failing as happens to most people who set themselves a training regime. The main factor that we are referring to is integrating training as part of your life: you have to train, whatever the conditions, just like you have to eat, just like you have to drink water, etc. If you are traveling and have no equipment or park, you train on the floor and the wall. If you have a shoulder injury, you train your legs, if your knee hurts, you train your shoulders, if you have a very busy day and you don't have much time, you do 100 push-ups in 5 minutes wherever you are. If you can't leave the house because you have to take care of your cousin, you train at home. If you're sick with a cold, you train easy. Is it raining or is it very cold? You train at home.