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Expert Answers: What Should I Do on My Recovery Days?
Everyone’s ideal recovery (or rest) day will differ, depending on factors such as training goals, fitness level, and workout intensity, frequency, specificity, and duration. As a starting point, experts agree on the following guidelines: keep moving, embrace self-care, try something new, and make time. Click here
to help determine your personal recovery regimen.
The Recovery Zone
Smart athletes know when to back off their hardcore training to rest and recover. Do you? The fitness gains you’re working so hard for can’t happen without some strategic breaks. Click here
to learn more about the Recovery Zone.
Expert Answers: Upper-Body Foam Rolling
Foam rolling your upper body muscles can be tricky. Our expert’s guidance will help you make the right moves. Most muscles in your upper body can benefit from foam rolling, but they’re harder to reach and a little trickier to release than the muscles in your lower back, glutes, and legs. Done right, though, you can safely and comfortably use a foam roller to target back pain, relieve kinks in your shoulders, and soothe overworked biceps and triceps. Click here
to learn more.
On a Roll
According to a new study, two minutes of foam rolling enhances flexibility just as much as static stretching. Ready to start? Roll out each muscle group for about 40 seconds, relaxing for about 15 seconds between sessions, and completing two sessions per muscle group. Repeat daily. Click here
for more information and video of rolling techniques.
Be Your Own Massage Therapist
to learn how to become your own bodyworker with these expert tips on trigger-point therapy and self-myofascial release. Stiff shoulders. Niggling neck and back pain. Sore feet. From head to toe, our bodies are bastions of tension and tightness that accumulate from activities as mundane as sitting and as strenuous as exercising. Massage is a reliable tool for easing this musculoskeletal tension, but not everyone has regular access to the practice.