Slow workouts: Part 3 – What are the benefits of slower recovery workouts?

SLOWER MOVEMENTS, QUICK RESULTS Over the year’s trainers have been producing workouts that are faster, more intense, and claim to provide you with better results. Although they are good workouts, most people’s bodies are not equipped to handle the high-intense workouts without risk of injury or reaching muscle failure so quickly. Fast, high powered workouts may be challenging and produce a good sweat, but it is also important to have a balance of intensity along with recovery techniques. This allows the muscles to train for functionality and be strong in various ways. Try slowing things down and see how these results work for you. 11 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GO SLOW Often we tend to rush through things and not get the most out of the time we’re putting in. In fitness terms, regardless of how much time you spend ‘working it out’, it’s what you do efficiently in that time frame that makes all the difference. Here are some top reasons why engaging in a slow-flow yoga…

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