Recovery is one of the most overlooked parts of training. It’s so easy to get caught up in the excitement of adding more training to your schedule and plans. But that’s not what you need. ❌
👉A solid training plan includes adequate recovery.
✅Train hard, recover hard.✅ Recovery is a crucial part of your training.
Improved performance occurs during the recovery part of your training. After you stress your body with a training session, your body requires a period of time to recover. Period. You NEED recovery in order to adapt and progress.
In this episode, I outline the 7️⃣ ways you can improve recovery. Give this episode a listen to make recovery more accessible to you, without the BS.
Here are some other episodes you may want to check out:
- 132. How to Identify and Manage Burnout with Dr. Erin Ayala
- 27. The One Recovery Tool You’re Not Using but Should
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