When finding time to fit in a workout is so difficult, many people think that when you do manage to get to the gym, if you’re not a shaking, sweaty, out-of-breath wreck who can barely walk upstairs when you leave, it wasn’t worth it.
But according to a top trainer, pushing our bodies to the extreme isn’t actually benefiting us at all.
I’m a big believer in never being sore – you should train, and the next day you should wake up feeling good,
And this applies whether you’ve never worked out before or train regularly,by burning yourself out during every workout and pushing yourself to your limits, you actually reduce the amount of time you’re able to train because your body needs so much longer to recover.
When you’re in the gym, you’re trying to strike just the right balance so you’re challenging yourself and neither bored nor anxious.
People always go in to anxiety .
People go and they kill, they slam their body.But when you associate going to the gym with working your body to exhaustion, it takes so much mental energy to get yourself to go and to psych yourself up for a workout.
Instead of focusing on intensity, we should be prioritizing consistency.