You’ve got to have your fitness plan for success and what has worked for me is one day on, two days off.
This is especially true for weight lifting. A big mistake people make is not giving their muscles a rest! You’ve got to do this. It’s imperative to your success.
Sometimes you’re not sore the day after. I find that I’m sore two days after I lift. Imagine if you went and did a similar workout on that first day after; you’d be extremely uncomfortable for the next week.
This truly is a great fitness plan to arm yourself for success. It’s something you can adapt as your muscles get used to working out. You can also add in other workouts on your off days from lifting. You can do cardio, yoga, or you can work different muscles.
I definitely recommend implementing this and it will help you get onto a schedule! It will also help your body adjust to lifting!
Have you implemented One Day on and Two off?
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