Recovery

Your feet are a major source of power and the only connection you have to the ground as you take off in a run, a jump, or a major lift. Treat them well.
The fourth part in our exercise recovery series will help you elicit that last bit of recovery capacity with active and passive strategies.
In the third part of our series on exercise recovery, we look at how to maximize recovery and build more lean muscle with the two most overlooked tools in your arsenal.
Part two of four in our recover series will help you build a program that creates the most potential for balancing a high-quality training stimulus with optimal recovery capacity.
Part one of this four-part series to improve your recovery will concentrate on why stress is a double-edged sword and how to manage it.
The complexity of fully training the back is illustrated by the vast array of machines and attachments available.
It is important to have a firm understanding of not only how to implement a training plan, but also how to track and change it over time.
Fixing low estrogen in women enhances muscle recovery, strength, and performance.
Your physical disciplines reflect your deepest interests and reveal the less understood facets of our being.
And in denying your exploration into other expressive forms of movement and practices, you’re denying your own unique individuality.
These movement screens will allow you to assess your core stability and conduct core strength tests. See if you know how to use and move your core.
A better understanding of the natural progression of injuries can help you approach the management of the associated functional loss and pain that may occur.
The quadriceps and hamstrings are stubborn partners that resist change, but a little bit of love from block lunges can go a long way towards healing the divide.
No matter what sport you do, the three muscles groups that are in desperate need of a time out are the ilio psoas, adductors, and the glute muscles.
Feeling tingly? It could be love--or it could be sciatica (that not so fun pain that runs down your leg and makes it hard to bend over). Read on to make sure!
Whatever the past year brought you, it's time to stay in the moment and put the lessons learned to good use in a new year.