When it Comes to Exercise, More Isn’t Always Better

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The other day, I posted a screenshot of my Oura ring data on social media. I do this sometimes to be transparent and show that as a fitness coach, I follow my own advice.

I’d had a reasonably active day, skateboarding, playing basketball, and running sprints, not to mention taking my dog on several walks. All in all, I’d averaged around 16 miles walking equivalency, 25,000…

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Krista Stryker

Krista Stryker

Performance coach, writer, and athlete. I write about how you can experience personal transformation through movement and exercise. www.kristastryker.com

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