You’re Completely Exhausted Afterward
“It’s one thing for your workout to make you a little tired, but you shouldn’t be drained of energy,” says Mike Fantigrassi, MS, NASM-CPT master instructor and director of professional services at the National Academy of Sports Medicine in Chandler, Arizona. Killer fatigue is a clue that you need to eat more, get more rest, or back off on the intensity of your program. “A workout doesn’t need to crush you each time to be effective,” says Fantigrassi.
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