The hat synthesis period lasts about 3 hours – which means more muscle growth.
Protein has a different relationship with the digestive system than other foods. Protein does not cause blood sugar peaks like carbohydrates. A minor impact on blood sugar is a smaller breakdown, which means sustainable energy and less craving throughout the day. Protein can also make you fuller and longer.
Incorporate these three items into your fitness habits – drink plenty of water, eat balanced and nutritious, and make sure you get enough protein. This is the third pillar.
Pillar 4: Adjust your fitness program
Do you want to get the most out of your fitness in your life? The easiest way is to work hard and adjust your fitness program – Pillar 4. What do I mean? We need to confuse our training and let our body guess. We need to make things interesting and interesting. Don’t always do the same exercise program! If you always do the same exercises in exactly the same order, you will start to level off in the fitness program. So, this is how we adjust:
Try different types of workouts:
- rock climbing
Mix your conventions
If you always do aerobic exercise first, then lift the weight and reverse the order. Make sure you warm up normally, but the reverse order will make you more energetic and more powerful. If you are always doing a flat bench press, try using a dumbbell. Making these simple adjustments to your routine will drive you to the next level. Transform your workout today!
Rest when needed
Do this if you need to slow down or take a day off. If you don’t rest, you will never get huge benefits. Remember, lazy, taking a day off is two different things. Don’t take a day off because you are lazy – leave the coach, put on your favorite high-energy music, and get the power!
Pillar 5: Reward, rest and repetition
You have just completed the training phase or you have completed your fitness goals. You deserve to be rewarded. It takes time and effort to set and achieve the ultimate fitness goal. One thing that is important to you is to spend time rewarding yourself throughout the training process. And, especially at the end you should reward yourself. Rewards and breaks are the key to your fifth pillar – rewards, rest and repetition. Here are some reward ideas:
- go on holiday
- Go to the spa
- Read a good book
- Go hiking
Do you have enough rest time at night? If you’re working hard to achieve your fitness goals, rest is critical to your plan. Rest can improve performance because your body is able to repair itself and charge the battery. If you sleep at least 7 hours a night, your progress will be slower and it will be more difficult to achieve your fitness goals. There are some simple things that can help me sleep at night – try them and start to sleep better today!
- Establish sleep routines
- Turn off the TV
- Use a sleep machine
- Keep room below 74 degrees Fahrenheit (23 degrees Celsius)
- Use aromatherapy products – Lavender, Chamomile, Sandalwood
- Participate in ZMA
These simple things will increase your sleep and they will improve your performance. These tips are the fifth pillar – rewards, rest and repetition. It’s time to rest and choose your next ultimate fitness goal.