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I nap everyday.


And when I do, I completely unplug.


I train every day (for the most part).


And when I do, I go all in.


I hit deep work every week day.


And when I do, I totally immerse.


Yet there’s a rider to this that’s n.b.


Oscillation – meaning there are times when I’m all in and there are times when I’m in rest + recovery mode.


Check this out from Loehr…


“The sheer volume of stress in most people’s lives today cannot be sufficiently balanced by a casual, nonspecific approach to recovery. A sound recovery base is the first priority in Toughness Training.”


Rather than take a nonspecific approach, why not get specific on your approach to leaning in and recovery?


What would those waves of on and off look like for you?


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Why do this?


“Trained recovery is the foundation of toughness both in life and in sport. If you want to get tougher, the requirements are few and simple: Learn how to make powerful waves of recovery as well as powerful waves of stress.” (Loehr).


With ARETE,


Sean

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