Moving your body is key to healthy hormones, more energy and overall heart and brain health. However it’s important to understand how to get the most from moving your body on a daily basis.
If your definition of “working out” is pushing yourself as hard as you can for an hour, five or six or even seven days a week, and you find that you’re still tired, and you’re not seeing any results, you may be overtraining and stressing your body out.
It’s time to reset your workout routine. If you have been sedentary for a while and are starting from scratch then this is a great place to start your journey.
Before you begin any new exercise regimen, it is important that you check with your healthcare provider to ensure your safe participation.
If you have a history of heart disease, diabetes, or any other serious health condition, or, if you have been sedentary for a year or more, a sudden increase in exercise intensity may put you at a greater risk for complications, so you may need to begin at a much lower intensity and work your way up slowly.
That being said, watch today’s video to learn about my recommendations for your new routine during the 14-day detox and beyond…