What should I eat for a snack?
This is another question I get all the time. I mean, it is a good question on its' face. We both know most commonly available snack foods are just a bunch of junk. So it can feel difficult; but with some planning you can have some healthy snacks that help you AND taste pretty good.
In my last post about building a home gym, I didn't mention anything specifically for the warm up. First of all, you really don't "need" any gear to do a good warm up, but gear can help with some specific things and definitely make certain aspects of a warm up more effective. Some of my favorite tools for the warm up are:
You can do a great warm up without these tools, but these are great lightweight and portable tools that would be a great part of your home gym. They also double as an addition to your gym bag to carry with you when you workout elsewhere. Most commercial gyms do not have these available, so consider acquiring this gear and learning how to use it whether you plan to use it at home, a commercial facility, or any public place.
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