Recovery

Individualization should be what dictates movements, not just doing what everyone else does.
As aches and pains accumulate, it seems everyone's hoping to become a little more “supple.”
Getting injured at some point is unavoidable, but there are strategies that will improve your odds of staying healthier, longer.
You may not be overtraining, you might just need to work harder.
Recovery and regeneration is often overlooked when it comes to fitness, but it’s a critical determinant of how effective your training will be.
Use these drills to improve your movement pattern and increase your athletic performance.
Consider these strategies for working around and with knee pain.
What exactly are those circular bruises on so many athletes’ bodies?
Mindfulness can alter the state of your nervous system and get you back in the game sooner.
Hitting the road doesn't have to be a grueling experience.
Why do the same old hip stretches if you aren't making progress?
An honest evaluation of all your training variables can help you find what's holding you back.
You need to get more reps in, but not with a barbell.
Injury is the stimulus for new growth that would never have occurred otherwise.
If you are falling flat in your training, you may need more than a diet tweak or a different workout plan.
Revisit the fundamental principles of stretching to get the most out of your training.
Do you have the range of motion you need for optimal performance and health?