Recovery

Sore or heavy legs after a long run or workout? You might want to dial in your nutrition.

In Episode 12 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman sits down with author and athlete Christie Aschwanden to discuss recovery techniques ranging from sleep to ice baths, massage to Tom Brady's pajamas.

Post-injury, follow this step-by-step plan with guidelines to evaluate what pain is okay to run through and what is not.

Just back from a run? Create a yummy post-workout routine using your favorite asana poses as cool down stretches. 

On Episode 10 of the Endurance Podcast, Ian Sharman sits down with author Matt Fitzgerald to discuss how being an "ultra realist" is essential to optimizing performance.

Expert advice on understanding the emotions of injury and taking tactical steps toward recovery.

Is there a special quality shared by top athletes who triumph over great challenges? And can anyone acquire it?

Embracing recovery will make you a better athlete. Your body is asking you to work in. It’s time to listen and respond.

If you’re looking to sooth running aches to recover faster from workouts, research shows that topical CBD could be an effective solution. Here's how we felt about these eight CBD recovery rubs.

Without adequate recovery—easy days, sleep, downtime—training adaptations go down the tubes.

Sleep is a powerful tool in improving your running and overall health.

This fun, easy method for recording how each workout feels can help you track training patterns, avoid overtraining, and reach your peak.

After months of training and 26.2 miles of racing, recovery should be your key concern.

Recovery runs actually don't help you recover—but they're still worth doing for their training benefits.

Masters champion and coach Pete Magill explains the nuances of long run recovery, plus when you should start doing speedwork as a beginner or running returnee.

Top American marathoners share what they do after a big race so they can come back refreshed and enthusiastic for the next season.

The flu is a serious illness. Take the time to recover, or you may miss a lot more running.

More than half of all athletes will overdo it at least once in their running career. Use these tips to recognize subtle signs that you're approaching overtraining.

Studies show jumping in the pool may be more effective than rest to help you bounce back between running workouts

Use these tips to make it easier to roll out of bed the morning after a hard workout

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