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Effects of Alcohol on Performance
Wednesday, 7 / 18 / 18
TAGS: Performance, Recovery, Alcohol, Prolong Healing
We have all been there, after an even or competition and all you want is an ice cold adult beverage! Wither you are a college athlete celebrating a big win with your team or a weekend warrior who just completed a fitness event with your buddy’s,…
Sleep: How much do we need?
Monday, 4 / 9 / 18
TAGS: Recovery, Sleep, Circadian Rhythm
Sleep is a vital key to recovery and overall health, especially for those who are training. As you sleep, your blood pressure decreases, your breathing becomes slower, muscles become relaxed and blood supply to muscle increases. This all leads to…
IRONMAN World Championships 2017 - Race Recap
Wednesday, 11 / 22 / 17
TAGS: Inspiration, Motivation, Training, Ironman, Recovery, Endurance, RELOAD, Sport Psychology, Triathlon
Let me begin by stating that I know this blog is long overdue. This weekend marked 5 weeks since I crossed the finish line at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona. The delay in writing has nothing to do with my trip or the experience that I had.…
Honky Tonkin’ Recovery
Tuesday, 6 / 13 / 17
TAGS: Health, Personal Performance, Advice, Recovery, Lifestyle
Are you overtraining or over trained? Are you having a hard time taking days off? Do you feel tired and sore all the time? Rest and try finding something fun to keep you occupied while you do.
Still Don't Know What MCT Means?
Tuesday, 4 / 18 / 17
TAGS: Knowledge, Recovery, MCT, Repair
This week, we want to bring up a topic that we’ve spoken about before. MCT, Myofascial Compression Techniques, is a tool used as a post-workout recovery tool or as a stand-alone mobility & regeneration session. Our Trigger Point equipment help…
Mobilization with Movement
Tuesday, 4 / 5 / 16
TAGS: Mobility, Performance, Recovery, Flexibility, MCT, Repair, Rest, Trigger Point
we “injure” muscles to stimulate the body to repair itself with the goal of making stronger more efficient neuromuscular and musculoskeletal links. Due to improper recovery strategies (rest, eating, sleeping, work life) the repair doesn’t always go…