How to prepare for your #WorkoutWednesday
Before hitting the gym it's important to prepare yourself for that hour (or two) of pain you're dreading to put your body through. Preparation is the key if you want to receive the benefits from your workout and perform at your best. Check out these useful tips to get yourself ready for that gym grind:
It's extremely important to fuel your body with the right food to give yourself the energy needed to complete your workout. Make sure you plan out your meal so you aren't working out on an empty stomach, or worse, a full stomach. Lean proteins and carbohydrates are the way to go. Don’t know what to eat? Here is one of our favorite recipes for a high protein snack to get you ready for your next workout: http://ow.ly/IT4a300zGuP
Hydration before, during and after your workout is crucial. Dehydration can make you feel sluggish or could even leave you throwing in the towel mid-workout. Water is important for you to perform at your highest level and give you the energy you need. Check out this article to find out exactly how much water you need to drink: http://ow.ly/St9S300zH8H
3. Get energized!
Pump yourself up and get yourself excited to workout. Create a playlist of your favorite pump up music that makes you look forward to that gym grind. Just put in those headphones and take on that workout! Need some suggestions? Follow this link for the most popular workout music in 2016. http://ow.ly/EU3y300zIsA
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Follow these helpful steps and you'll become a workout warrior in no time. If you're always prepared and you're still experiencing discomfort, try to switch it up a bit. Try different foods, discover new music or look for some new gear. Insite Insoles are a solution to foot pain and discomfort. Add Insite Insoles to your sneakers for your next workout and let us know how you feel by commenting or tweeting @insiteinsoles.