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#33 The Athlete's Edge: Mastering Recovery for Peak Performance

May 18, 2024 Dr. Marion Herring and Dr. Rob Green
#33 The Athlete's Edge: Mastering Recovery for Peak Performance
HUB Life - Triathlon and Endurance Lifestyle
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HUB Life - Triathlon and Endurance Lifestyle
#33 The Athlete's Edge: Mastering Recovery for Peak Performance
May 18, 2024
Dr. Marion Herring and Dr. Rob Green

Stress + Rest = Success!

"Recovery is the downtime between workouts and it's the time we transform into fitter athletes. Training physically stresses the body as we ask it to run longer and/or faster. In doing so, we cause microscopic tears in muscle tissue, deplete energy stores, pound bone, tax energy systems, and basically push the limits of our current fitness level. This physical stress causes a frenzy of internal activity as our body rushes to repair itself and prepares to meet this level of stress next time around. This stress and repair cycle ultimately creates a stronger version of our former selves. When the repairing and rebuilding can't keep up with the physical demands of training, then things go awry, and injuries are usually the end result. "  Susan Paul   Runners World

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Stress + Rest = Success!

"Recovery is the downtime between workouts and it's the time we transform into fitter athletes. Training physically stresses the body as we ask it to run longer and/or faster. In doing so, we cause microscopic tears in muscle tissue, deplete energy stores, pound bone, tax energy systems, and basically push the limits of our current fitness level. This physical stress causes a frenzy of internal activity as our body rushes to repair itself and prepares to meet this level of stress next time around. This stress and repair cycle ultimately creates a stronger version of our former selves. When the repairing and rebuilding can't keep up with the physical demands of training, then things go awry, and injuries are usually the end result. "  Susan Paul   Runners World

Keep the Conversation Going:
hubtrainingcenter.com
https://www.instagram.com/hubtraining/
https://www.facebook.com/HUBtrainingCenter/