“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing.. that’s why we recommend it daily.” ~ Zig Zigler
I've been married 21 years today. Considering I almost didn't get married because of bar hopping the night before the wedding, I feel the 21 years easy in comparison to the morning hangover!
Agility and marriage are alot alike. You've got to work on both daily.
7 years ago I started agility training with Rocky and Maddie. I trained with this guy in Salinas and once a week I'd go to class and Rocky and Maddie would do their thing...or not...and I'd be like, "Why don't they ever get better?" Sure, I'd throw each of them over a jump or two during the week, but I never had a training plan. I didn't write anything down. I basically was lucky I got anything done at all.
Today I still train with that guy in Salinas (isn't he tired of me yet!?). I feel that sticking to something is important, but sticking to it without improvement is just coasting.
You don't have to work on agility everyday, but it sure does help.