No longer the newbie. The logical next step. Over the summer, you’ve been trying a new sport or activity. You’ve gotten into the groove of things. Now that you’re no longer the newbie, what are you going to do with your new-found fun?
Well folks, Labor Day is upon us. According to modern pop culture, it’s the last chance for summer activities; barbecues, picnics, a day at the lake, and wearing white. After this weekend, all of these things will be a distant memory.
Goals are personal. We’ve all had one at some point. Each of us has something we would like to accomplish. Whether it’s saving up to purchase a new car with cash or white water rafting in a foreign country, you need a plan of action.
What is recovery? Why is it important? How do I do it? Recovery is a term thrown around loosely, however many people are not sure exactly what it means and how to do it. It’s far more than drinking a protein shake and resting after an intense session.
Results. They’re what we all want. They’re why we start something new. They’re the desired outcome from the work we put in. You want to lift heavier, run further, become more flexible, and eat healthier? How do you get there? How can you ensure you get the results you want?