What strategies are there to improve your ability to recover? Improving your body’s ability to recover will allow you to grow from difficult experiences whether they be physical like exercise or more psychological by giving the mind time to process this new information. Learn how to optimize both active and passive recovery in the latest installment of our Become More Resilient Series!
My Prolotherapy Experience
My Prolotherapy Experience!
Find out why I started getting Prolotherapy Injections in my low back in my newest post!
Heat or Ice for Sore Muscles DOMS
Stop muscle soreness!
Are you just starting a new workout plan or did you really push it during your last workout?
Then you are probably preparing yourself all too familiar muscle soreness to kick in.
So the question is should you use Ice or Heat for your sore muscles?
Is Ice Cryotherapy Effective for Injuries and Pain Relief?
You just rolled your ankle or tweaked your low back.
Should you run to the freezer and grab an ice pack to stop the inflammation?
Find out if Icing Injuries is actually Effective!
Top Mobility Tools For Traveling
Almost all of us have some aches and pains, especially for those of us who are putting in the work to keep our bodies and minds strong.
But very few have been taught what they can do themselves in order to decrease pain and increase functional range of motion.
Would you like to know my go to mobility tools for when you are traveling? Then keep reading!
Sleep Optimization and Heart Rate Variability
Sleep is vitally important to our overall health and wellness, but unfortunately getting proper sleep has never been harder.
Click NOW and stop struggling to sleep!
Using HRV to Improve Training & Recovery
Are you constantly pushing both your body and mind to perform at a high level? Wouldn’t it be nice to know exactly when you can pump the gas and when you need more time to recover? Then stay tuned because I am going to show you exactly how you can use Heart Rate Variability to do just that!
How to Increase Heart Rate Variability
Is your HRV score lower than you want?? Then make sure to check out my top 3 ways to increase your heart rate variability score!
Last week we talked about how you can use Heart Rate Variability to determine your overall health status! But how do you actually measure it? And what is a “Good” HRV score?
Everyone wants to be healthy but how do you know what your overall health status is without going and getting expensive and invasive testing? Easy by using Heart Rate Variability!