Don’t just go through the motions of strength training:
Focus on form & technique
Mind/muscle connection -whatever lift you are performing make that connection with the intended primary and secondary muscle groups it’s intended for.
Don’t let your training routine become stagnant. Change the moves, order, weight, sets, reps and/or rest periods you do at least every four weeks. Try mixing things up more often. According to a study in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
You must eat for health and performance. Don’t expect results in the gym if you are not changing your kitchen habits.
proteins (chicken, fish, beef, turkey, etc)
Carbohydrates (potatoes, vegetables, fruits, rice, etc)
Fats (oils, avocado, nuts, butter, etc)
Portion out each meal and try to incorporate a protein, carbohydrate, and fat.
Micronutrients are extremely important as they supply necessary vitamins and minerals to your body for cellular functions.
Let thy food be thy medicine~ Hippocrates