Thanyapura Fitness Manager
‘Train Insane’: people all over the world adopt this mentality when deciding upon an exercise routine. It is very common to see the ‘all or nothing’ approach to fitness. Training ‘insane’ is not the only way to get fit. Can it be effective? Of course. Is it something I advise to my clients and friends? Definitely. But is it something you need to do day in, day out? Heck no!
The Train Insane Trap
Fitness and health comprise many different elements. Training ‘insane’ is not only not the way to train all the time, but I would actively advise against it. The key is to train smart to avoid remaining the same. For every time you decide to train hard, be it with weights, body weight, fitness DVD’s or cardiovascular exercise, you should plan a session to counteract the hard effects. For example, if you plan a hard run, ensure that you also plan an easy run, a long warm up/cool down or even an extended stretching session.
Training ‘insane’ every time can have as much an ill effect on your body as a positive one, so remember, train hard but also train smart, decide whether your plan is sustainable and look after your body on the way to reaching your goals.
How a Personal Trainer in Phuket Thailand Can Help
A professional personal trainer can help you create a fitness plan that works for your individuals needs and goals, whether you are looking to improve your health, lose weight, gain strength, or train for sports, while ensuring proper technique and professional supervision to prevent training injuries.
Thanyapura’s world-class gymnasiums and fitness studios, part of the extraordinary Thanyapura sport and health resort, offer the perfect year-round training environment with the expertise of your own professional personal trainer in Phuket Thailand. If you’d like to learn more or set up a consultation, contact Chris Weeks at Thanyapura: email@example.com and telephone +66 (0) 76 336 000.
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About the Author
Tom Topham holds a 1st class honours degree in Sports Science (Human Performance) from Brunel University, England. He also comes from a triathlon background, competing as an age-grouper and holds a level 2 triathlon coaching qualification.