rest and recovery

We are neglecting our children. We are failing to care for them properly and allowing them to overtrain - with lifelong consequences.
I’m no Moses, but I’ve experienced enough in my years of fitness to establish my own guiding rules when it comes to health and exercise.
A new study found when it comes to recovery mode and duration, the interaction between the two is what matters most in optimizing sprint performance.
Remember you don't get strong doing a workout; you only get strong when you recover from a workout. Here are seven factors to add up how much recovery you need.
There is a process to getting better. Just like anything, you have to develop the little things first. Then, with a little bit of luck and tons of determination, you just might accomplish your goal.
If there is ever a time to relax and have fun with friends and family, this is it. Worrying about the slice of cake you had is just not worth it. Please just enjoy it instead.
The key to getting the most out of training is what goes on when you’re not at the academy, dojo, or gym. If you have not recovered from a previous training session your current one will suffer.
Here are seven articles about the signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue, along with solutions and strategies for getting back on track.
Our bodies evolved to make us stronger and less vulnerable during times of danger. As athletes, we pump this system daily. The downside? Our bodies are not so good at turning off this system.
We've all felt great one day and then sucked the next, and peaking for competition is one of the most challenging things in training. Here are aspects of recovery you may not have considered.
From a rooftop in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania comes a video about the importance of rest, along with some fine-tuning tips for better overhead pressing movements.
You're all about intensity, but sometimes, whether you want to admit it or not, you get tired, too. What do you do about it? Here are five ways to refuel and get back into the race!
Like many of you, I am an everyday athlete. I’m training for quality of life and prolonged health. To achieve that, rest and a few breaks here and there must also play a part.
I've avoided injury for the most part in my athletic career, until recently when I heard that fateful "pop" in my knee during training. But I've been making recovery a positive experience.
Do you have a hard time falling asleep at night? Maybe you have the opposite problem and can't stay awake during the day. Here are 8 articles to help.
Rest and recovery consists of a lot more than just not working out. There are better ways to rest and there are recovery tools you need to be implementing. These are the seven things I recommend.
The goal in training isn’t to do the most reps or to spend a certain amount of time in the gym regardless of outcomes. The goal is to improve. If you hit a personal record then the work is done.