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Monday, December 23, 2019

BBcom Featuring: Why Waking Up Early Will Change Your Life | Mark Bell and Mat Fraser's Top 5 Training Mistakes to Avoid

Waking up early will change your life. In this video Mark Bell tells you how it can change your life and what you can do to get better prepared to wake up early on your own.

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Mat Fraser's Top 5 Training Mistakes to Avoid



Mat Fraser is a familiar name even to many people who aren't CrossFit fans. He's an athlete who can be trusted on the topic of recovery, regardless of your path in fitness!

Mat Fraser's Top 5 Training Mistakes to Avoid
If you haven't noticed, there are no "secrets" to training, per se. There's knowledge on training, nutrition, and recovery—and continuing to build upon that knowledge—but most often, little things keep us from achieving our desired results in the gym. Sometimes we don't even notice these small mistakes in areas such as rest, movement, and programming.
Believe it or not, Mat Fraser, four-time "Fittest Man on Earth" and XTEND-sponsored athlete, has already made some of the same mistakes you're probably making now. Whether you're pursuing CrossFit or some other path to fitness, Fraser is here to steer you in the right direction toward staying healthy, performing optimally, and lengthening your lifespan in fitness.
It's up to you to take control of the variables that could be holding you back. Here are Fraser's five training mistakes to avoid:

Mistake 1: Not Getting Enough Sleep

Fraser says the biggest thing he would go back and change or tell himself in terms of recovery is to GO TO BED.
"During high school and the early years of college, I thought everyone woke up tired," says Fraser. "I thought being groggy for the first waking hour or two and then pounding down enough caffeine to fully open your eyes was normal. But now I realize how foolish that approach is and how important solid sleep is."
Fraser also points out that just one good night of sleep on occasion won't do much for you. Like all things in fitness, you need to be consistent.
"All the changes I've made in my career added up over time," he says. "They compound over the entire year. So, after getting a good night's sleep, your training the next day might be 1 percent better. One percent over one day isn't going to do anything. But if you continue improving by 1 percent every single day for an entire year, that's when you start to see the results take place in your performance."

Mistake 2: Being Impatient with Progress

"The biggest mistake I see with people who are new to CrossFit is trying to advance too quickly," says Fraser. "Just because you can do a muscle-up doesn't mean you should. Get the fundamentals down pat before you start adding in more complex movements." Keep reading...............

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