Whether you are a seasoned workout enthusiast or are beginning a workout routine for the first time, becoming more mindful of your habits is key to quick recovery and increasing strength and performance.
Over the course of quarantine, many people have found themselves at home - cooped up and taking extra energy out on their Peloton rides, YouTube yoga flows, and neighborhood jogs. This can lead to sore muscles, restless sleep and injuries ranging from tendonitis in the foot, knee or wrist to more severe issues like sciatica nerve pain.
Even non-workout enthusiasts can feel the gentle stress of time and movement on their muscles and joints - sitting at a desk all day can aggravate the neck and shoulders, while typing on smartphones has aggravated finger joints and "trigger fingers" across generations.
To help you be more mindful of your habits and manage these flair ups that keep you out of the gym/away from your best life, we've created a simple, customizable Recovery and Performance Tracker PDF.
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