1. Quality Sleep
Quality sleep produces proper hormone production in return ensures proper recovery. Proper recovery will help with how you feel and in turn help with your nutrition and improve your workouts.
There is no hard and fast rule on how much you should consume, but a safe bet is a gallon per day. Staying well hydrated will help with digestion, proper muscle function, mental clarity, and prevent muscle cramps.
3. Review your workout
Failure to prepare is preparing to fail. Having a plan before you walk into the gym is key so you know what you are doing a head of time. Reviewing your workout before you get started with your warmup will help you keep in mind what you are working towards.
4. Warm Up Routine
Your warm up routine is very important, especially t o start with an aerobic workout to raise your body temperature, and increase blood flow. A 5 minute warm up is ideal in order for your muscles to work properly and prevent injuries.