Two-a-days

Hi everyone! Happy Fri-yay to you! We have made it through the week! I have decided to start making my blog posts on Friday because I love gathering my thoughts from the week and sharing them with you.

It seems as these weeks have been flying by, and although I have had a lot of time on my hands to work on my own business, it still is moving pretty quickly. It may be in part to me doing two-a-day workouts! I have been waking up in the morning to exercise a lot lately. It helps me get my day started right, and provides me with more energy throughout the day. Crazy enough, I also find myself working out at night whether it is training one of my clients, dancing, or stretching. It seems like I am always moving!

Now if you know me, you know I love moving! There is something truly powerful in it, but I find myself feeling drained at the end of the day. When I mention two-a-days, I am always reminded of my high school days when I would see my husband (back then boyfriend) out on the football field to workout twice a day! They would be out on the field in all that gear. Each player sweating like their lives depended on it. It is almost borderline child abuse! Lol!

Fast forward to today, now I am doing my own two-a-days, and although my body and mind are reaping the benefits of it, I still need to treat my body correctly. If you are like me, in your “fitness fanatic” phase here are some quick tips to keep you mind and body on the right track and avoid exhaustion.

1. Nourish your body correctly:

If you are going to be picking up the frequency of your workouts, then you have to eat properly. I have began to make smarter decisions about what I am eating in the morning, and especially after I workout. Choose proteins, carbohydrates, and don’t forget water, water, water.

2. Always do a cool down:

You body needs to come down from the labor of love you just put into it. Make sure to flush the lactic acid off your muscles. Do a shake out jog for 2 minutes after your workout, and don’t forget to stretch.

3. Take time to rest:

This is probably the most important tip of them all! Exercise is great, but it is also about taking time to rest and let your muscles rebuild themselves. If you are feeling fatigue, pay attention to that. Listen to your body. 1 or 2 days off is not going to kill you! Take the time to rest and recover.

So there you have it. Tips and advice for two-a-days. Not every day needs to be a two-a-day day as well. If you are working to a goal like me keep up the good work, but don’t forget to be aware of the proper practices to get you through! I hope this helps someone today.

Be well you guys.

-Dominique Michele

LIVE. LOVE. WELL & FIT.

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Published by mrsdthomas18

Wellness Coach, Wife, and Mommy. Owner of Well & Fit Coaching: Wellness coaching for a healthier life. Bachelor of Science Kinesiology: Health and Fitness Promotion. I've been living an active lifestyle since the age of 4. Having been a track and field athlete for most of my life, it was only right that I study kinesiology in college. I have held positions as a personal trainer (private and gym), bootcamp instructor, and track and field coach. Now as a Health Educator for Riverside County I want to use this gift God has given me of health and fitness to inspire the world! Live. Love. Well & Fit.

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