Detox is a word that brings mixed feeling to most people. Some people say there is no need for detoxing because our bodies naturally do it. Some people say there is a need for detoxing as a way to get rid of the junk built up in our bodies. Well, I am sort of in between the two. In today’s blog, I am going to talk about two benefits of and one deterrent of a detox.
I am physically active but I don't like to exercise. Exercise helps when I sit on my butt all day. I jog but don't run but I'm too good for a walk/run. I do active rest days such as biking on my days off from working out which sometimes looks like doing drills or every day range of motion activity to work on form, posture, lifting mechanics, muscle sequencing, general fine and gross motor movements and/or recovery rolling out which can be painful. Ooch! Sometimes I do yoga or take a true rest day and focus on breathing, reflection, meditation, or good old prayer.
Jason Ferruggia is of the most knowledgeable and respected fitness guru's in the industry. Feel free to check out his website listed below, followed by my post addressing the common concern of hormone imbalances and proper remedies.
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As Jay noted, sleep is crucial for recovery, both mentally and physically. Personally, I have seen great results from supplementing with Isatest: improved sleep, quicker recover, increased stamina and additional strength gains.