Recovery

In order to prevent a nasty shoulder injury and to increase your weight on the bar, you need to have shoulder stability and mobility first.
When your muscles are tired, it’s pretty obvious. But when your mind is tired it can be hard to tell.
Take these seven science-based facts of training into account for better results from your program.
Simple interventions mean more reliable outcomes. The following five tips will give you real results.
We've heard the bad news about static stretching, but the alternative doesn't always work, either.
Are you dealing with chronic neck pain or soreness? Here are three therapies you can try that only take a few minutes each.
Just fifteen minutes of massage can have significant effects on proprioception and strength after an intense workout.
There's something simple that can help you perform better and feel better. And you should be accessing it before you get injured - not after.
We are neglecting our children. We are failing to care for them properly and allowing them to overtrain - with lifelong consequences.
The forearms and wrists allow us to perform the exercises that develop and maximize biceps, triceps, deltoid, chest, and back strength.
We are not lumps of clay that can be molded by tugging on things. Our nervous systems are actually what is in charge.
Until you discover the true problems, you will never successfully rehabilitate your injury.
DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, had significant effects on inflammation and muscle damage post-workout.
Ever wondered what it would be like to wake up and have no responsibilities other than to just go and train?
Plateaus can be challenging, especially if you feel you're doing everything right. If this is you, then I know exactly why it is you're stuck.
How should you continue with your training plan after missing one or more runs? Here are tips from three expert sources.
Carrying on as normal is likely to extend recovery times and may even make you worse. Here's how to get yourself back on track.