Sleep

Why do we continue to overlook recovery and make a mess of the simplest of training principles?
If you start tracking your recovery like this, you’ll quickly see areas where improvement can be made.
Most exercise programmes focus on a few specialised areas. But these approaches have one fundamental flaw.
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.
What if we can’t get that much needed sleep? Does it have to mean the end of our gym gains?
Proper nutrition, mobility, and recovery are key to stay healthy at any level of grappling.
High blood pressure has little to do with salt intake but everything to do with our lifestyle choices.
What could we be doing wrong when we think we’ve nailed down a healthy routine?
You can have the best diet plan on paper, but if your client does not follow it, the plan is useless.
Is your mattress wreaking havoc on your sleep patterns - and your training, too?
If you're spending a lot of time with a loved one in the hospital, you need ways to keep yourself healthy, too.
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.
Could eating bread before bed make you sleep better and longer?
Why is your injury just not healing? It could be for reasons you never thought of. Fix these and you will be well on the way to fixing yourself.
The most important thing to realize is that though you may feel like a young you, your body has other ideas.
It’s been said many times by many coaches, that the wisest runners are those who train smarter, not harder
I have been using this nighttime meditation and exercise for a few weeks, and I have yet to make it all the way through before falling asleep.