I hope you’ve had a great week, and have managed to get a few workouts in as well! I’ve stayed pretty consistent with my workouts this week despite a near-miss from Hurricane Laura (I live in Houston). During one of my training sessions, it struck me that it’s important for us to get comfortable with the temporary discomfort that we experience when we exercise if we want to get the best results. But how do you do that?
So I took out my workout log and made some notes for the article I wrote for you this week. I have included it in this newsletter... let me know what you think?
Don’t miss the other great articles we have created for you on topics ranging from customizing your workout program for quick results, how to eat healthy on a budget, to how caffeine can help your fitness. Also, check out how the healthiest people in the world eat!
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Here’s to your health!
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