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What can influence your gym performance, are you missing something?


You won’t be hitting every lift 100% of the time. Several factors can influence your performance in the gym. Try not to get bogged down if you have a bad day. Focus on what you can control. Read the list below to see if any of these things that can affect performance need some more thought/ action from you.


🍏Nutrition: Proper nutrition provides the fuel your body needs for energy and recovery. Inadequate nutrition can lead to fatigue and decreased performance.


💦Hydration: Dehydration can impair physical performance and cognitive function, so it’s essential to stay hydrated before, during, and after workouts.


💤Sleep: Lack of sleep can negatively impact energy levels, focus, and recovery, all of which are crucial for optimal performance in the gym.

Stress: High levels of stress can affect hormone levels, motivation, and recovery, which can all impact gym performance.


🏋🏻‍♀️Training Program: The effectiveness of your training program, including exercise selection, intensity, volume, and frequency, can significantly impact your performance and progress in the gym.


✅Form and Technique: Using proper form and technique not only reduces the risk of injury but also ensures that you’re effectively targeting the intended muscles and hitting correct positions and movement patterns.


🚶‍♀️Recovery: Giving your body enough time to recover between workouts is essential for muscle repair and growth. Overtraining can lead to decreased performance and increased risk of injury.


🔥External Factors: Environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and air quality can also influence your performance in the gym


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