Whether you’re just starting your fitness journey, or you’ve been training for years, recovery is the key to your success. While your goal might be to get as fit as possible as quickly as possible, take note to include recovery as it will be your “fast track “to meeting your goals. Some important things to consider:HydrationDrinking plenty of water will help your body recover. While this exact amount varies by person, if the only time you drink water is when you work out you may be missing out on some crucial muscle recovery. Grab yourself a reusable water bottle and make sure to refill it often (good for you AND the environment: win-win).SleepA general rule of thumb is for adults to get between 7 and 9 hours of sleep. Sleep allows muscles to recover and repair before your next big workout. Many fitness watches are now tracking sleep as it is an important metric for your health and well-being.RefuelYour body needs plenty of protein and some carbs and fats in your diet to function properly. An overly restricted diet or a diet of mostly cookies will keep you from the gains you’re looking to make. If you want specifics on how thisTake a rest dayWorking out 7 days a week on deadlifts will not improve your deadlift. Work different muscle groups and allow other muscle groups to repair. This way your body will be ready to work hard, and you can get the most out of your workouts. Most importantly, prioritize yourself. Your well-being matters and you will thank yourself!Looking forward to seeing you all crush it!Coach Erin--
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