The pain is real! “Learn from my mistakes so you don’t repeat them” is good advice to put into practice at any level. Take it from Chris who is speaking from his own experiences so that you can avoid making the same mistakes he made.
Some of the injuries that we incur are preventable if we follow a few simple steps before working out, but whether through time constraints or other reasons, we go straight into our working sets. Our bodies are not going to be able to train forever and as we age it only gets more difficult as time goes by.
Pain is the way our body communicates with us that something is wrong. Never ignore an injury by not taking care of it properly. If you’re lucky, it heals and end of story, but if not, it could be a constant nagging problem later. Take time to recover.
Added to that, it is very important to get enough sleep, eat nutritious meals and have a healthy mindset. It is not the person that trains the hardest everyday that becomes the best, but the person that is most consistent in their training and trains smart to avoid injuries.
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