In sports science, there’s a theory known as supercompensation. It’s a way of improving your base level of fitness. The way to do this, it proposes, is by putting yourself through more exercise just after you’ve recovered from your previous workout. The time of the next workout is absolutely critical – you have to do it after you’ve recovered but you can’t have too long a gap.
This blog article was inspired because the way I weight train is very much through supercompensation methods. My base level of fitness increases regularly. It made me wonder whether this idea could help someone increase their base level of social energy. Let’s look at it in more detail: