A BIG thanks to Sonya Conrad for this pic – Sporting a SINS shirt on Mt Kosciuszko, the highest point in Australia! Thanks Sonya!
This answer is in response to Jennifer’s question below:
I have been hearing a lot lately about over training, even my own trainer has insinuated that I am no longer changing my body because I am not allowing it to recover. I go to the gym 6x a week for an hour. I do the classes as I find motivation with others. I also see my personal trainer twice a week for a half hour. In the past, I noticed my body was changing but now I feel like I have hit a wall. Yes, I have other things to consider such as diet. I don’t think I eat enough actually do a hectic night job (I’m 5’5 122lbs). I’m thinking of chaning my routine and starting crossfit but working out less.
Anyhow, my question is how do you find the right balance over working out and recovery?
Thanks again for the question, Jennifer!
Here are the two blog posts of mine I mention in the video:
IMPORTANT! Adam Farrah is not a doctor or medical professional. This information is based on my own opinion and is not meant to be medical advice or to treat, diagnose, cure or prescribe in any way.