rest and recovery

Adaptation is the sole reason for working out, and recovery is one of the best ways to achieve it.
If you make the rookie mistake of just worrying about the training aspect, then you will never progress.
Training is the easy part. What happens the other 22 hours of the day is where the battle will be won or lost.
From your training program to your recovery, there are tools to track your progress.
CrossFitters, don't let a poor focus on recovery set the stage for a system-wide breakdown.
Push past sticky points in your training with this bit of helpful perspective.
Just fifteen minutes of massage can have significant effects on proprioception and strength after an intense workout.
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.
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.