The holidays are here. It's peak off-season time. You want to relax and recover—both physically and mentally—but not so much that it will take you the better part of next year to work your way back...
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Stop correlating happiness with constant success.
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I began strength training three to four days per week, doing mainly compound lifts like squatting, pressing, and deadlifting, and started to feel incrementally better.
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I know, I know. I’m a columnist at this magazine, which is literally called Outside, and here I am, writing about a sport that is played exclusively in indoor domes, in the midst of spring no less.
We can all take advantage of the strategies the elites are using to extend their careers in order to extend ours.