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Top 5 Health Benefits of Ice baths

Speed up your recovery time - ice baths and cryotherapy are at the top of the list. If you aren’t a big fan of going into a cryotherapy chamber and getting frozen for the longest three minutes of your life, you can take an ice bath and receive all of the same benefits.

Your Guide To Preventing Stress Fractures

Stress or hairline fractures are one of the most common injuries for athletes and athletic adults. They can occur over time from overuse or can com...

6 tools that will cut your recovery time by 50%

These 6 tools will cut your recovery time in half. Training hard? Improving your recovery time after a workout is one of the most important things to get your body back in the gym the next day. Coupled with good post workout nutrition, compressing, icing and stretching are just as important to muscle recovery and training.

What You Need To Eat 30 Minutes After Your Workout

If you go for a long run, or even have a long workout of any kind, it’s important to eat within 30 minutes of finishing up. If you’re like a lot of...

Foam Rolling 101: How Does It Help You

Foam Rolling 101: How Does It Help You

5 Ways To Stop Muscle Cramps

5 Ways To Stop Muscle Cramps

The 10 Minute Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

The 10 Minute Plantar Fasciitis Treatment: Store the CryoSphere in the freezer when you are not using it - at night, start by slowly rolling the C...

Increase Mobility Through The 3 Pillars

  

Is Breaking2 Cheating?

Breaking2 is Close to Coming to Fruition Here’s what you need to know about Nike’s outlandish project to conquer the sub two-hour marathon.    The ...

Muscle Fibers Part 2 – Why We Should Train Our Fast-Twitch Muscle Fibers

Muscle Fibers Part 1: Slow Twitch Muscle Fibers   We’ve talked about the importance of training slow-twitch muscle fibers, especially for endurance...

Slow twitch muscles: What They Are and How To Train Them

We’ve all heard the terms “fast-twitch” and “slow-twitch” when referring to muscle types. From ultra-marathoners to Olympic sprinters and everyone in between, bodies are all made up of two main types of muscle fibers: slow-twitch (known as Type 1) and fast-twitch (known as Type 2).

 

Fast twitch is actually broken down into two types of muscle fibers that you can read more about in this article.