If you've stopped training, you won't be able to resume. That means starting or increasing exercise gradually. It might be miles, pace, intensity, frequency, or weight lifted.
Keep your weekly exercise increase at 10%. Run 11 miles the week after running 10. Next week, lift 55 pounds instead of 50.
It's tempting to overbook at the gym again. Finding balance also requires proper rest. When planning your training week, include recovery days to repair your tissues.
Remember that nutrition, sleep, mental health, and exercise may all affect damage and repair.
To go back into practice, contact a specialist. Following suggestions 1 and 2, our professional Personal Trainers can help you create a customized training program to reach your objectives.
After such a lengthy hiatus, a personal trainer might recommend some new training methods to keep things fresh and motivate you.
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