The Number One Complaint with most people over twenty-five who work out is they get "run down"... and "fatigued" too quickly when working out. They want the ability to last longer and get stronger with every workout.
You can see this same fatigue over and over again at any gym or in any workout room.
When you feel it starting to happen (and are trying to just push through it anyway) that’s when serious injuries can happen.
And when you DO run down, you know you’re done whether you like it or not. The lines on your face start to deepen... the muscles all over your body start to ache... you actually feel 20 pounds heavier and ten years older...
And it literally takes twice as much energy to move a single step!
So what do you do the next day?
The number one mistake most people make: You workout some more and try to rebuild that lost energy back into your already over worked and over-strained body.
You run -- jog -- push -- bend -- jump -- lift -- strain -- sweat -- and go right on draining MORE energy out of your already fatigued body! Increasing the chance of severe injury even more.
NO WONDER It Keeps Getting Harder And Harder To See The Results You Want, Even with The Extra Work!
Listen to your body… it’s trying to TELL you something.
Those sore muscles, that burning chest, and those lead-filled legs are really screaming for help.
Your entire body (that’s trying to tell you it doesn’t want to workout) is saying:
"For your own future's sake -- stop draining more energy than you have! Start putting some back in!"