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Do you feel de-motivated during your workout? Are you finding it difficult to do what you intended to achieve with your workout. ? If your answer is yes, then you need to read the following:

 

 

 

Working out in the gym is not just 1 hour of the task. You need to take good care yourself from sleep to diet even when you are not exercising.

 

 

 

See below some steps to increase performance in the gym. These steps will surely increase your performance and you will be able to achieve your target body.

 

 

 

 Let your Muscle Rest

 

If you find that your energy is depleted and your bodies hurting (not in a good sense) during the exercise, then this is because your muscles don’t get enough rest. You need to get 6-8 hours of sleep at night, so that your muscles can recover and be ready for the next workout. Sleep more when you can. If you can’t get time to sleep then try to take a power nap before starting your workout.

 

 

 

Take a 30 minute nap before hitting the gym. I am exhausted by the end of the day and a nap of 30-40 minutes, works as an energy booster for me. I feel refreshed and energized during my workout. You can also use the same technique to increase your performance in the gym.

 “Someone who trains, needs a healthy eating plan. Your meals should contain, protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats”

 

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 I feel energized if I had enough sleep (at least 6-8hours) and drink between 2.5 to 3.5 Liters of water per day. The amount of water also includes other liquids that you have been drinking during the day, but excludes the water that you drink while you are training.

 

 

 

Drink Water multiple times during Exercise

 

Another way to boost your performance in the gym is by drinking water multiple times while exercising. When you exercise hard you dehydrate, very quickly and the body needs to be hydrated. Keep a water bottle with you, so that you do not waste time on getting water, that could be better spend performing another exercise.

 

 

 

Check your time

 

 90 seconds of rest in between exercises and 40 – 60 seconds between sets is enough.

 

 

Training Principles

 

I will supply you with weight training principles and the Techniques to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from performing the exercises, without injuring yourself

 

 

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