rest

There are many reasons why rest during workouts can be a valuable element of your programming, and not just a break from it.
When you plan your HIIT sessions, don't underestimate the importance of rest intervals. Here's what the research says.
What are the best ways to get a little rest during a metcon, yet make sure your coach doesn’t yell at you?
Life can get in the way of a good night's sleep, but there are simple steps you can take to maximise the quality of your time on the pillow.
Proper nutrition, mobility, and recovery are key to stay healthy at any level of grappling.
It's easy to get caught up in the desire to make gains and forget about rest.
It's time to look at five additional tips to keep you on target for that better body without wasting your time on worthless pursuits.
A new study found significant overlap between these three factors and muscle growth.
Traditional hypertrophy programs often use short rest periods, but a new study suggests this might not be the best idea.
Place quality over quantity now so that you continue to make gains in strength, work capacity, mobility, and overall fitness.
What happens when your training schedule says it’s a big workout today, but you’re just not feeling it?
Want to get stronger, perform better, and increase your power? The answer lies in your recovery.
Whether you are a competitor or a recreational athlete, you can learn a lot about your body if you just listen.
To avoid the perils and pitfalls of overtraining, we need to understand it. This collection of seven articles and videos will help you keep overtraining at bay.
How much rest between sets? It's a question every gym goer has probably asked at one point or another. A new study sheds light on a different question: what kind of rest between sets?
When an athlete asks about doing a recovery ride or a recovery run, a coach needs to offer more than, “Do this activity at this intensity for this long.” There needs to be a real understanding.
One day of rest between plyometric sessions is pretty standard advice. However, a new study suggests that for experienced athletes, it may not make a difference.