Did you over do it at the gym again? In January, I shared six key steps to recover and reduce muscle soreness after your workout with Paul Adler on Ozarks Today. Use any or all of them when you feel you make have worked out just a little to hard or if you’re making your way back into the gym after a long absence.
Personal Trainer Pamela Hernandez introduces the 4 Keys to Real Fitness Coaching Club and asks you to keep it real this holiday season.
In this video:
- Not just S.M.A.R.T. goals, set S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goals in the new year.
- What the newer E.R. stands for.
One of the most common questions I get is regarding activity trackers. Clients (and friends) want to know what they do, are they useful and which one should they buy?
The purest goal of an activity tracker to make you aware of how much (or how little) you are moving during the day. They are useful only if you use them. Not only do you need to wear the tracker daily but you also need to look at what the data is trying to tell you. Which one depends on the features you need. I did a Fit Friday segment discussing my favorite three activity trackers. Hopefully it helps you decide which one might be the best fit for you. If you still have questions, let me know!