Morning workouts. Sets and reps. Mile markers. Best times. Pushing yourself to the limit. Pushing your limit.
All connotations with the word ‘training.’ Finding out how far the body can go and then taking it there and further again . . . and again . . . and again.
But that’s only half of it. Athleticism isn’t just muscles flexing and extending, coordination of movements, and pushing for more speed. On a cellular level, the body is also converting fuel into energy to support these processes. So shouldn’t we train that system, too?
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