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It is super important that you know your own data. Now, I’m all for the Wim Hof Method and cold water immersion. But at the right time. In particular, at the right time for you. But the only way we know if it’s right for you is if we have your data and so we … Continue reading Cold Water Isn’t For Everyone
“What time should I train” is an age-old question. While the morning and afternoons have their own benefits, everyone agrees that training at night is not ideal. Simply, training at night disrupts our circadian rhythm, and floods sympathetic hormones like cortisol and adrenaline when we should be gearing up to unwind and let our parasympathetic … Continue reading 6 Ways to Improve Your Evening Workouts
Making progress depends on understanding what phase of your training you’re in. When people first start out, they imagine that by working out consistently and attacking their goals, they will slowly but surely achieve what they set out to achieve. While consistency is your training is absolutely key, progress does not follow a linear path. … Continue reading The 4 Stages of Training
Why should we track something? And what do we mean by ‘something?’ By something, we mean anything. I know, we’re getting very abstract here. Usually when we talk about tracking, we’re thinking about the wearable devices like Whoop Bands and Apple watches (among others a part of the billion-dollar wearable industry) that monitor sleep, physical … Continue reading Track Something: The Simple Solution for Sustainable Progress
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