Tips to Increase Your Stamina

a woman exercisingHave you signed up to run a marathon? Or are you a parent running after your toddler all day? There are many reasons we all need more stamina in our life, ranging from doing physically exerting jobs to achieving fitness goals.

Stamina is the strength and energy that helps us keep up the physical and mental effort for a period of time. It allows us to endure stress or discomfort through an activity to help us reach our goals.

But how can you increase your stamina? Here are some tips to help you in your body transformation goals.

Exercise Daily

Though exercise might be the last thing you’d want to do when you’re tired, a consistent and regular exercise routine can help build your stamina. That’s because exercise can help strengthen your heart and lungs. Additionally, it also helps improve your blood circulation. All this helps you build stamina as well as endurance.

According to a 2017 study, workout programs led to less work-related fatigue in the participants. Moreover, the study also claimed that workouts helped reduce stress levels in the participants and improved their sense of well-being. In fact, the participants reported improvement in their sleep quality, ability to work, and cognitive functioning.

Balance It

Though we talked about how important it is to exercise daily, balance is always the key. That’s because you’re bound to overstrain yourself if you cut your recovery time to push through physically exerting tasks. Your body deserves some down time and much-needed R&R post-workouts and training sessions.

If you push yourself too hard, it starts lowering the intensity and energy you give. This ends up ruining your performance in the long run and curtails your progress. So, sometimes it’s better for you to go on a light run or swim instead of your usual workouts.

Lower Your Recovery Time

When it comes to building muscle endurance, it’s vital that you learn how to lower your recovery time. That’s because less resistance is necessary to build your stamina. Your goal should be to lower your recovery time between sets of less than 90 seconds.

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