If you're like me, you might have started a new workout routine to get more energy and feel better overall.
However, despite your best efforts, you might still feel like you have no energy even after you've started working out.
There could be several reasons why this is happening. Here are a few possibilities:
You're not getting enough sleep: It's important to get enough sleep to allow your body to rest and recover from workouts. If you're not getting enough sleep, you'll feel more tired and less energized.
You're not eating enough: Exercise requires energy, so it's important to fuel your body with the right nutrients. If you're not eating enough, or if you're eating the wrong types of foods, you might not have enough energy to sustain your workouts.
You're overdoing it: It's great to be enthusiastic about your workouts, but if you're doing too much too soon, it can be counterproductive. Make sure to give your body time to recover and gradually increase the intensity of your workouts. I know you might want to jump into doing 5 sessions of 1 hour exercises a week but it can be to much right off the start.
It takes time to raise your energy levels: if you have just started out not long ago it takes time for your energy levels to rise. It won’t happen in one day or two days or three. Although you can start seeing results relatively fast it differs per person on the results you will see and how long it will take. But the important thing is to keep going and don’t stop.
You're stressed: Stress can have a big impact on your energy levels. If you're feeling overwhelmed or anxious, it can be tough to find the energy to work out. Taking time to relax and manage your stress levels can help boost your energy.
You are ALWAYS farther ahead: one key thing to remember is, your worst energy feeling day now will always be better than your best energy feeling day from when you first started. And what I mean by this is you will always have some low days. Not every day will feel energized and amazing so don’t go into this expecting you’re going to feel amazing and 100% full of energy all the time, day in and day out because everyone goes through life circumstances and situations. But, down the road of changing your lifestyle and adapting to weight lifting, and eating nutritionally healthy, adding in any sort of beneficial routine that will help you become better will always yield you feeling more energized on your worst day months or years from now versus your best energized day at the start of your journey.
If you're feeling like you have no energy even after starting a workout routine, it's important to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. By addressing any underlying issues and finding a balanced approach to your workouts, you can start to feel more energized and motivated to exercise.
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Disclaimer: Adam is not a doctor nor a nutritionist. This is all from the experience Adam has gained through himself and through schooling. Through his videos, Adam shares his personal and educational experience that he has acquired over the past years of training individuals through fitness and nutrition. Adam would strongly recommend you see your physician before starting or completing any exercise program. You should be in good physical condition to participate in the exercises which is why consulting your physician would be recommended.