Happy Friday! 🙈🌸
“It does not matter how fast you are going as long as you stay on course in the direction of your goals, eventually you will achieve everything you are working.” ✨
Just a little reminder that we are all unique and amazing in our own ways. We all go at different paces, and just because it may take more time for you to get to a certain place DOES NOT mean you will not get there! Good things take time, patience, and consistency! (Fitness related or not) Never give up or loose sight of your goals, because your hard work will pay off! 😊
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When all else fails, taking care of myself and body never does. Solely focused on becoming the best version of myself possible. 💕💪🏼💥 #latenightlift
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Every emotion felt,
To a burning degree,
Both a help and a hinder,
To our sanity. #blurbsbyme
Are you overtraining?
These are common warning signs of overtraining syndrome: -Washed-out feeling, tired, drained, lack of energy
-Mild leg soreness, general aches, and pains
-Pain in muscles and joints
-Sudden drop in performance
-Decreased immunity (increased number of colds, and sore throats)
-Decrease in training capacity/intensity
-Moodiness and irritability
-Loss of enthusiasm for the sport
-Increased incidence of injuries.
-A compulsive need to exercise
If you suspect you are overtraining, start with the following: -Rest and recover. Reduce or stop the exercise and allow yourself a few days of rest. -Hydrate, Drink plenty of fluids and alter your diet if necessary. -Get a sports massage. This may help relax you mentally and physically. -Begin Cross Training. This often helps athletes who are overworking certain muscles or suffering from mental fatigue.
Research on overtraining syndrome shows getting adequate rest is the primary treatment plan. New evidence indicating that low levels of exercise, or active recovery, during the rest period speeds recovery, and moderate exercise increases immunity.
Total recovery from overtraining can take several weeks and should include proper nutrition and stress reduction.
To prevent Overtraining, vary training through the year and schedule in significant rest time.
Holllll up le me take my belt off lol peep the video and see 😂😂😂 anyways don't ever underestimate the power of body weight workouts I've been incorporating bodyweight workouts as a superset with my weighted workouts and honesty I've been enjoying the results. I feel like it allows me to Target specific muscle groups because I'm able to adjust myself until I feel the muscle groups being hit. Try it on your next session and let me know how ot feels!!! And for those who's reading this right now for the people that took the time to actually read my caption cheers to you guys you guys are all appreciated.