Want to avoid overtraining and burnt out?
The best way to do this is by tracking your resting heart rate first thing in the morning (before you get out of bed). If your resting heart rate is a beat or two lower than normal, you can give your training session a full go . If your heart rate is normal, you can push hard . However, if your heart rate is elevated by 5-beats or more take the session a bit easier that day as your system is a bit run down. Should your heart rate be 10-beats or more higher than normal, you are probably on the verge of getting sick and it is not recommended that you train (with the exception of a light stretch)! And did I mention I love this watch! #trainingtips#athletes#heartrate#garmin#garminphenix5#peakperformance#trainingedge#exercise#training
The place where you train insane or remain the same.
Remember that just going to gym won't cut it. You actually have to participate and push yourself to new limits! Try new exercise and ask people for advice and ideas to keep things interesting.
I am already seeing progress in the amount of weight I can use as well as a slight show of change directly after an exercise.
This is great motivation for me to keep pushing!!