This is what happens when we develop a bad habit of starting and stopping a training program. This tends to happen with people who have hectic schedules. When work, school or life at home gets crazy something has to take a back seat and that tends to be our workouts. We can't help it; we all prioritize things in life. Some are just far more important than others which is why we choose those over fitness. An acceptable reason but not an acceptable excuse.
We all know unexpected conflicts or dilemmas come up in life, which is why it’s important to plan for that. You should not let a heavy work load stop your six weeks of training to lose 20lbs, you have to expect a difficult schedule will pop up. If we only got things done when life is perfect, the majority of us would never get a thing done. Gear up for the crazy moments by setting an adjustment plan that will alter whether you exercise in the morning or not. Whether you workout from home or the gym. Even if you have to cut your hour workout to a half hour or even fifteen minutes of intense training. Planning ahead will help you avoid the dreaded Yo-Yo Training.