Whether we like it or not, physical effort is only one part of the HRV equation. The mental side of HRV—and how we actually think about it—plays a huge role.
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Though both use needles, the ways dry needling and acupuncture work are actually different. Here's what you need to know about these recovery and injury treatment methods.
It’s no secret that alcohol inhibits health, but for athletes, the risks are even more adverse. Simply put: don't plan to “sweat it out."
The algorithms used to estimate your training load have some fundamental flaws, scientists say.
Loosen up those tight hips—and let go of whatever you’re holding onto—with this short sequence.
Looking to stretch out your back after a long ride or heavy training weekend? Start with these seven back stretches for triathletes.
We know rest is good. So why are triathletes so bad at it? A hard look at the underlying psychological factors that keep us training - even when we shouldn't.
Fatigue and heavy legs aren't the only sign of overtraining. These behavioral red flags can also signal something's up.
When you're still training hard, but not improving, it can be frustrating. It also can be a signal that you shouldn't ignore.
Sure, we all like to brag about our grisly “pain caves” and fear-inducing “she sheds,” but as triathletes who (probably) train too much, sometimes we need a safe space to recover.
Making recovery a priority can make you faster than ever.
CBD is rapidly becoming a go-to tool among endurance athletes for its relaxing and restorative properties.
Resist the urge to plop on the couch and do one or more of these post-workout mobility exercises from strength coach Kevin Purvis.
Prepare yourself for a hurts-so-good body beatdown.
Knead, stretch, awaken your qi: the right way to tackle recovery depends on where in the world you are.
Training for a triathlon is only one part of the equation—knowing how to recover from a tri is just as important.
What we can learn from the research of Alexandra Coates.
For triathletes, 10-minutes per day of slow, controlled breathing maybe a key to recovering better.
The right way to recover? Depends where in the world you are.
Here are a few signs that it's time for you to pause and focus on resetting.
You competed in a triathlon, but the real focus of your season is a longer race a few weeks down the road. Here's some recovery advice.
A six-week guide to returning to the race course after competing in an Ironman.
Samantha McGlone's 9-step program for Ironman recovery.
Working with the Gatorade Sports Science Institute, Sutter is profiled on a new web series titled “Inside Endurance,” which provides viewers with a look inside the world of endurance sports.