Really important lesson I learned and still continue to learn sometimes when it comes to training(especially skill work). You do not have to be physically drained at the end of a session for it to have been productive. I know sometimes the world of fitness teaches us to "go hard or go home" but there is a lot to be said for ending a session well before the point of physical exhaustion.
First off, you'll actually feel good. Next, it will help immensely for recovery(especially if you train on a daily basis, something like handstands). Third, it will help to build better technical habits and patterns in regards to the skill work, since fatigue usually makes the skills suffer.
Of course, there is still value in pushing the limits of one's work capacity, and there are important adaptations that arise from this kind of training as well. This is just a reminder that it's not the only way.
Have a good training.
I will be teaching my perspective on developing handstands and other acrobatic skills as an adult a my upcoming workshops in San Diego, Houston, Washington DC, Vancouver, Dublin, Vilnius, and Stockholm
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