Health & Fitness:Fitness
Turns out maybe not so much. Sometimes more does lead to improvements, and that's especially true in the beginning. And us humans just love the seductive illusion of linear progression, but as you get further into things, often more isn't better. Sometimes, it's even worse.
So in this episode of the podcast I'm talking about how to get your focus on what you can do to improve when more isn't working, more isn't practical or doesn't fit in with your lifestyle, or maybe you are just going to have better results with doing something else instead.
Capacity is just one tool in your tool box. Maybe the workload isn't the issue - maybe under-recovery is. Or maybe you've been favouriting a particular type of training.
This is all about your experiment of one: you.
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