The most common mistake or misconception is that you have to make it hurt to get the job done. This is far from the truth. In fact,”training to failure, is training to fail!”. You must get healthy from the inside out.
The last thing you want to do is build bigger biceps with the nutrition and energy you should have been using to allow your liver to detoxify your body from soda pop or garbage processed foods, or toxic tap water and the like. There is, unfortunately, a lot of ignorance today in the health and exercise industries. This can be proven by the fact that in spite of having more health and medical professionals per capita than ever in history, we have more sports and orthopedic injuries in almost every single category ever recorded in history.
When you spend all of your time and energy and money studying disease, you get exactly what you look for.
For bootcamp clients you may find this helpful. There are a number of complex hormonal variables that can influence optimal time of exercise for an individual as well.
For example, many people will find that hard exercise later in the evening (5 p.m. or later) makes it hard for them to get to sleep and they must stay up till late to wind down. Those with adrenal exhaustion often find the opposite.
This happens because once your adrenals get fatigued enough, hard exercise will kick your cortisol levels up to normal. The result for these people is that they sleep much better and feel much better exercising in the late afternoon or evening.
To learn more about nutrition, sleep and exercise, I recommend getting this book “How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy!” by Paul Chek
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