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Tips To Prevent Over-training
Tips For Recovery
To Feel Better Than Ever!

Stress management

Make sure your health come first.  If you sacrifice your health and wellbeing to achieve your goals, your  goals will become a distant memory of the past leaving you with the health that you damaged.

1 Have A Plan

Know what you are setting out to accomplish. Have realistic goals with a clear path to achieve them. Make sure your goal has your bodies best interest in mind.

Sometimes the hardest thing and the right thing are the same.  You need to let go of everything that is stressful in your life. Surround yourself in a positive environment as much as possible.

Nutrition therapy

Nutrition provides the building blocks of life.  Consume foods that are natural with no preservatives. When your body is under tremendous amounts of stress it needs a constant flow of nutrients to function optimally.  Try to eat balanced meals and snacks every 3 hours to help stabilize the body preventing a catabolic state.

Mind Over Matter

Establish a baseline

Have full blood work done to establish a baseline.  This will be a key reference point to make sure you are training and recovering properly.

Respect your Body

Working through pain or an injury does not make you tough. It makes you foolish.  Your body is telling you there is something wrong, LISTEN!

Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you cave come. Remember everything you have faced, all the battles you have won, and the fears you have overcome.  You cannot change the past. Focus your mind on the future when your health will be better.

We pick up the pieces that your coaches left behind!

John Badessa
fit2besick@gmail.com

 

 

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