In: recovery


Warm-up: Long-Term Brain Training Could Induce Partial Recovery in Paraplegic Patients

The Neurorehabilitation Laboratory in Brazil recently published a report on an unexpected discovery it made in attempting to improve paraplegic patients’...


Five Alternative Therapies to Know

High-profile athletes turn to these treatments for performance and recovery.


How to Tailor Post-Workout Nutrition to Your Goals

Go-to foods to optimize your body’s regeneration after a workout. The food you consume is just as important as exercise for...


Yoga Moves for a Better Night of Sleep

If you find it hard to relax after a long, busy day at the office, let yoga help. The last thing...


The Science Behind Sore Muscles

Here’s why your muscles are sore after you work out and what you can do about it. Whether you’re new to...


How to Reset Your Sleep

Want to fix your sleep problems? Go camping and take in the sunsets. A University of Colorado study has found that...


How Yoga Can Up Your Fitness Game

Find out how a yoga practice supports the body’s regeneration after rigorous workouts.


Recovery Secrets from the Super Bowl-winning Broncos

The Denver Broncos had more than a game-day strategy to win Super Bowl 50. In fact, for many years, the team’s...


Fundamentals of Foam Rolling

The experts at TriggerPoint explain how to foam-roll, to release you from your body’s chain-reaction response to stress.


Techniques for Effective Self-Care

Learn Jill Miller's techniques now, for a better workout or less pain, tomorrow.


Fascia and the Shape of Things to Come

Biotensegrity is the balance of compression forces (from bones) and tension forces (from fascia) within our bodies that make us greater...


Breathe Smart Now, Feel Great Later

Heart rate may be a familiar way to measure your exertion, but what happens between the beats is just as or...


What Kind of Workout Do You Really Need Today?

Did you know that the time between each of our heartbeats is a little different with every beat? Whether our heart...


The Positive Power of Stress

We’ve all heard that movement helps relieve stress, and can produce feel-good endorphins. But how do we put this into practice?...


Regenerative Self-Care Techniques

Self-care is health care.


Recovery & regeneration: the missing link

What if we told you that it could take you an entire week to completely recover from your beloved bootcamp or...