For years, I’ve been training alone.
Day and night, hot or cold, working out.
Part of the attraction of it, for me, is that no matter what, I get to train every single day, exactly when and how I want.
There’s also this mental challenge:
No one, except me, keeps track of my performance.
No one could know whether I completed every set or rep to the best of my ability, or not.
Except, I would know.
And that would bother me, deeply.
It’s great to train with a partner or team, if you can.
But if you’re the kind of person who works well with yourself, training alone can produce excellent results.