4 Ways To Get Back On Track!
Ditch ‘All-or-Nothing’ Thinking Are you thinking too big? You may be delaying your return to exercise because you have scheduled intense workouts five days a week from now until the end of time. Take a step back. Reintroduce yourself to the gym with baby steps, like trying one Group Fitness class a week, and going for a 15-minute walk, two or three days a week. Gradually add more time and intensity. At the end of each week, take a look at how you did. Concentrate on the healthy choices you’re making and remember consistency in
THINKING WORK OUT, THINK HYDRATION !
Good hydration means getting the right amount of water before, during and after working out. Staying hydrated helps prevent a decline in performance, strength, power, aerobic and anaerobic capability during workouts. Water regulates your body’s temperature and lubricates your joints. It helps transport nutrients to give you energy and keep you healthy. If you're dehydrated, your body can't perform at its highest level. Dehydration may cause muscle fatigue and loss of coordination. Without an adequate supply of water, the body will lack energy and muscles may cramp. So, it is advisable to drink