Renowned personal trainer and yoga instructor Shona Vertue shares with us her top tips on how to maximise our exercise routines and make sure we stick to them for the long term!
Running a marathon is undoubtedly one of the most challenging experiences in life - as soon as you cross that finish line, the feeling of intense accomplishment is like no other. With so much of the focus on prepping for the race, what you do post-race is just as important to give you body the rest it needs, especially with delayed muscle fatigue. We wanted to share our tips on how to best approach your recovery period.
There is differing opinion surrounding what is the best way to recover in the days and weeks after a marathon. Some experts suggest one day of rest for each mile run, which would mean no strenuous running for at least 26 days. Others think think you only really need just a week or two of rest before running again. We believe that everyone recovers at different rates and it's more important to develop a recovery plan that works best for you, based on a few basic principles.
Vertue Method is a fusion of yoga, weighted circuit training and meditation, designed by London based, Australian Yoga Teacher & Personal Trainer Shona Vertue. We snuck into a class to see what all the hype is about.
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