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Recovery is KEY ... Take A Rest to Be Your Best!

December 13, 2017

 

Many athletes are aware that rest after strenuous work is needed but many still feel guilt on their days off.  Don't let the guilt stop you from letting your body recover - RECOVERY IS KEY!

What really happens during recovery you ask?
Your body repairs damaged tissue and rebuilds your energy.  Without sufficient time to repair and replenish, the body will continue to breakdown from intensive exercise... which will leave your body weak!  All training regimens should have a recovery plan built in. This way you can stick to it and not feel so guilty on your days off.

Think of your body as a car.  Routine maintenance is imperative to keep the car going.  Oil changes make it run smoothly, Gas gives it energy to go, Brake changes to make it react quickly and you even give it a good wash to keep shining bright!  If you stop doing the maintenance; the car stops and you start having all kinds of issues  -- well your body is the same!

 

Tony Robbins speaks out about how important recovery is and the  tools he uses to help with his recovery regimen.  And guess what ... we offer 2 of these services here at Frigid!

 

 

So STOP! Take time to recover. You will thank your future self ... You will be faster, stronger and most important -- HEALTHIER!

 

 



 

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