Here is a great video of Travis Stoetzel, a fitness coach. He is doing intense and hard workouts that might interest you. When you train hard, you run the risk of getting injured. Everyone knows this. Many people push their bodies to the limit anyway because they know that’s how you get better, faster, and stronger.
Training should be an athlete’s investment in their future performance, not a liability in their present existence. But as with most things in life, balance is key when training hard and staying healthy.
We want you to train as hard as possible without breaking yourself. All athletes need rest and recovery days to stay healthy and avoid injuries. However, you can still train hard enough to see results and improve your performance on the field or wherever your athletic journey takes you next.
Travis Stoetzel will demonstrate what he did with himself and his athletes in terms of working out hard without getting injured. That’s fascinating. Let’s discover how.
- Smart – When it comes to formation and technique, you must train wisely. The more advanced your technique and discipline of your form, the more rest you’ll need between sets. Always be aware of your boundaries and never go beyond them. Stay within your limits and push only as far as you can recover.
- Progression – It must be orderly and proper. To advance to the next level, you must take organized measures. You should carefully jump from one to another exercise to prevent injury. Start with the easiest exercise, and advance to the more difficult ones as you become more comfortable with the routine.
- Example – Make good use of interval training. When you progressively perform interval training, you change the exercise intensity and time intervals. This largely depends on whether you’re new to fitness or an experienced exerciser.
Travis’ Unbreakable Badass Blueprint is available here.
The sky is the limit when reaching out to those around you, with all the benefits that will come from it. The Internet and social media have made it easier for people to share their fitness progress and workout routines with loved ones. The next question, then, is how you can make sure that you’re not doing too much for your joints. The answer lies in how you train and how you rest.
We taught you how to rest effectively and get the most out of your exercise while protecting your joints.
It’s important to know the dangers of overexercising before you start.
I know you want to start your fitness program immediately, but you might not have much time to rest. The best way to maintain peak performance and minimize injury is by setting the right mindset.
Rick Kaselj, MS