Eating a balanced amount of macronutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) is essential. Know what you are eating and how much. Fresh is always better. Don’t forget to provide your body with extra protein after each workout as this is essential for the muscle repair process. And don’t forget to hydrate. Your muscle require hydration for optimal function

Change up your routine. Changing your routine every few weeks will keep your muscles sharp and stimulated. The idea is progression. It keeps results happening. Constantly keep changing the stimulus you provide your muscles – this may be as simple as a change of your grip: over hand grip to an underhand grip, wide grip to a narrow grip.

Always warm up before workouts to expand and wake the muscles up and above all prevent injury. We use the term “Limbering up” which state “you should participate in the activity you are about to partake in at a decreased intensity” So if you are going for a run, start with a walk. Squats, start with body weight squats and work up to increasing your weights.