In this episode I talk about how important it is to use a notebook as a tracker, NOT as something to follow. 10 push-ups, deliberately performed, are better than a bunch of haphazard ones.
I thought I was doing the right thing by following a plan. In a sense I was, but at a certain point the journal needs to be about tracking what you did, not telling you what your workout should look like.
I realized that one perfect push-up, or just the amount that you're able to do without compensating, is better than hundreds of push-ups with incorrect form.
Today’s topic –
The key is to know when to push and when to hit the brakes. I also did another podcast on this exact topic.
Why is this important?
This will help you get in touch with your inner athlete. You just need to listen.
Just move. Play. Have fun!
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You’ve been listening to the Core Balance podcast. I’m your host Chris Janke-Bueno. We’ll talk again next time. Until then, let’s be fit. Let’s be healthy. Let’s be happy. It feels good to move… so
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