Exercises that build strong, powerful legs are an important part of your training. But it's more than just having brute strength; you also need to be able to use your strength in a variety of different positions and angles.
We live in a world where our hands and wrists become more used to typing and scrolling than gripping and ripping! That& why when people start to do more unorthodox exercise training such as handstands and crawling, they may experience wrist strains
Proof that napping is a good thing! I'm a serious power napper.I have trained my body to sleep for a short minute nap in a different position than I normally sleep. But I LOVE a good hour and a half nap too!