physiological stress

You change as you lift over time and you change as you age. There's no template for life.
And in denying your exploration into other expressive forms of movement and practices, you’re denying your own unique individuality.
If you want to develop yourself through many practices, even if only very slowly and recreationally, you need to create structure before you add.
It’s about changing your impression of what difficult is, and who you are when you meet it.
If you have back problems, it's a matter of knowing the correct movements that will not add to your strain.
Peak performance strategies with nutrition, health, and life coach Brad Davidson.
Just as the skill of locomotion doesn’t end with a baby’s first step, breathing is not simply a matter of inhalation and exhalation.
Training smart means understanding how to work the boundaries of your redline state. Often that's more intensity without more volume with better results.
Do you know how to train hard, but also when to back off, listen to your coach, take care of your body, and take rest days in order to get stronger?
Yoga has become the new "in" workout, and for good reason.
No matter how crazy your life is, you can make small changes to improve your health.
Just as an overprotective parent can lead to fragile children, coddling your body can make you weak.
Give your cortisol and DHEA levels a boost by investing time getting closer to nature.
A new study examined the effects of psychological stress on exercise recovery, and the results were pretty conclusive: stress makes it harder to recover.
We are taught to ward off stress with iron crosses and glasses of tea. But it seems as if by doing this, we are holding ourselves back. The negative impact of stress might all be in our mind.
Many people do not automatically think of the word athlete when they think of race car drivers.