The important thing to keep in mind is that you must first and foremost REST the body in order to promote the cellular regeneration and repair needed to properly detoxify the body. Therefore, a detox program is not the time to try to improve athletic performance. Unlike normal training where “pushing your limits” can be a good thing, in this case, it will be counterproductive. You must listen to your body, if it wants to rest, rest. In general, you can continue with your exercise/training routine but at 50-70% effort. 

Athletes will find that by staying active, but less active than normal, once they finish the program they will return to their training with more strength, focus and endurance.