The Undisputed List of the Best Shower Beers, By Workout
What’s better than a post-hard-workout shower? The perfect beer to go with it.
What’s better than a post-hard-workout shower? The perfect beer to go with it.
Look, we're not going to pretend every long ride or run ends with a homemade smoothie and bowl of superfoods. If you're going to hit up the drive-thru window after your workout, at least choose one of these R.D.-approved options for recovery fuel.
Add these all-important nutrients in your post-workout meals to refuel what you've lost.
Smoothies are the perfect vessel to pack in the vitamins and benefit from anti-inflammatory nutrients.
Adequate rest and recovery are key to getting fitter—here’s how to time it right.
Normatec focuses on portability with the release of their most recent wearable recovery technology.
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.
You shouldn't race again until you're fully recovered from your last one - but what does that look like? Dr. Cory Nyamora outlines the physical and mental signs of recovery.
Therabody is the first major compression brand to offer a wireless, battery-powered, hoseless boot with four levels of compressive relief. Read our review of the Therabody Recovery Air JetBoot.
Can't stomach the idea of another smoothie or chalky protein shake? Add these sport dietitian's picks for alternative recovery drinks to your grocery list.
You've got more than just tightness stored in your hips, for more reasons than training alone. Release it all with these block-supported poses to open up your hips.
Going out? Ordering in? Eat this, not that.
The Hyperice X is a novel portable-contrast therapy device, but is it worth the $450 price tag for just your knee? We break it down.
Optimize your training and boost performance with the best post-exercise recovery foods.
Pain is a big part of what triathletes do, but understanding the “language of pain” is essential.
In our Sept/Oct magazine issue, the focus was on recovery and recovery foods. Here we share with members the recipe for the delicious post-workout or pre-race sweet potato, fish, and chimichurri recipe you could see in the magazine.
Want to prevent injury and recover better? Eat right with this healthy meal plan, packed with ingredients that reduce inflammation.
Overdid it yesterday? When you can’t get up from your couch without groaning, try stretching sore muscles with these easy yoga poses.
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.
You put in the miles, what should you put on your feet to keep them happy?
Recovery is serious business. Get it right with help from our guide to the best recovery gear out there.
First do the math and then learn to trust your instincts when it comes to recovery day nutrition.
We review these popular compression boots to see if they really do make all the difference to your recovery.
Good recovery habits are an important part of performance.
Evaluate what you're doing well and what you're not.
Tracking what successful marathoners actually do reveals new optimal training patterns of hard weeks and easy weeks.
Ready to go beyond the marathon? Check out this introductory guide to ultrarunning and a beginner’s training plan for tackling a 50K.
A training week doesn't need to be 7 days. Here are some variations on how to schedule your training to get in all your workouts and enough recovery.
Science and experience says we may be overthinking workouts.
We look at the Roll Recovery R3 foot roller, an off-kilter foot roller that does more than just hush your pups.
New research supports what many runners do naturally, instead of the conventional wisdom that you should stay upright.
Resist the urge to grab the first thing you find in the pantry and opt for one of these science-backed snacks.
Recover faster so you can nail your next workout.
The Ironman legend and 6x Ironman world champ has some no-BS recovery advice for all triathletes. Listen up.
Use these recovery periods to slightly decrease training volume and focus on more aerobic race-specific workouts.
Adam Kelinson explains why growing your own food can be one of the best ways to achieve an ideal diet.
Sleep is vital for not only athletes trying to recover from rigorous training schedules, but for everyone for overall health.
Gotta fly or drive after your race? You can do more than throw on compression socks and hope for the best.
While it's great to take complete rest after a hard workout, sometimes active recovery is a better choice.
The LumiWave is a new, compact way to add infrared light therapy to your at-home recovery regimen.
Do I have to have a special meal or follow a strict diet the day before? Do I ever have a beer or a glass of wine?
Pip Taylor gives a list of foods to keep in your kitchen at all times to ensure that you are always ready to create a healthy meal.
Restorative yoga emphasizes deep relaxation in an effort to help you feel rested and recovered.
How should your eating habits change with the race season now behind you?
Learn how keeping a close eye on certain recovery measurements can help you perform to your full potential.
Dr. John Berardi helps set out a simple plan as to when and how often you should eat every day.
Learn how including the right types of meat in your diet is a healthy practice that can play animportant role in your training regimen.
The way you fuel during workouts may make you more susceptible to overeating.
Pip Taylor explains why magnesium is an important part of any triathlete's diet, and gives a list of foods rich in the mineral.
Here’s how to navigate the hype and get the most out of your body’s natural rebuilding efforts.
Your food choices can prevent you from sitting on the sidelines—or help you recover faster.
Understanding the needs of your diet and the benefits of choosing organic foods can help you decide if organic foods are best for you.
Treatments such as ice baths and hot whirlpools both have their advantages, but the application of each depends on the individual athlete.
A centuries-old nutrition tradition could help you come out of the off-season on a stronger note.
Most of us don't eat enough vegetables. A little creativity can correct the problem.
A week’s worth of progress toward a body weight goal can easily be reversed over the weekend.
A six-week guide to returning to the race course after competing in an Ironman.
Dr. Berardi breaks down an easy way to use different food types to keep you balanced and get your diet on track.
A little monotony in your eating habits might not be such a bad thing.
Many endurance athletes are forced to deal with irritable bowel syndrome and must find ways to minimize its effects during racing.
Sleep is a critical part of the recovery process and is one area in which we can all improve.
As we look back on 2013, here are seven recovery trends that caught our attention.
One study proves that running between intervals improves VO2 max — which ultimately makes you a better athlete.
A sneak peek into the refrigerators of some of the sport’s top athletes.
You've crossed the finish line! Now the timing and techniques for your recovery are critical.
Don’t let winter training take its toll on your body—4 things to do so you’re ready to take on your next tough effort.
A professional triathlete goes “all in” on recovery. What’s he getting out of it?
Learn why these fatty acids are important and how they can benefit your diet.
Recover faster after a workout or rehab yourself back to health with these tools.
Samantha McGlone's 9-step program for Ironman recovery.
In part three Torres refuels and spends the afternoon recovering using various massage techniques, such as mashing and stretching.
Pip Taylor provides advice on incorporating whole foods into your recovery plan.
During a homestay at Ironman Coeur d’Alene last year, Australian pro triathlete Kate Major was treated to this banana bread.
Xterra pro Melanie McQuaid explains the benefits of incorporating onion into your diet.
The combination of winter and the off-season represents a threat. Professional triathlete Pip Taylor provides advice on how to keep the off-season pounds away.
Australian researchers suggest it may be best to let free radicals do their thing.
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.
Pro triathlete Andy Potts lists his five pillars to recovery.
What you eat the rest of the day after you train is an important key to recovering quickly from hard workouts and races. In this video, Sage Rountree explains how eating a large range of foods throughout the day offers your body the full spectrum of nutrients it needs to perform at its best.
In this video, Dr. John Berardi explains why it's OK, and even beneficial, to eat more often. Learn how spacing out meals can produce better results in your workouts while helping reduce overeating and lowering stress levels.
In this video Sage Rountree explains the benefits of active recovery and how it can fit into your training schedule.
In this video, Sage Rountree, author of The Athlete's Guide To Recovery, identifies the most important metrics for quantifying your recovery.
Nutrition expert Dr. John Berardi offers the benefits of adding fish oil to your diet. Fish oil contains the most important Omega-3 fatty acids, making it paramount to other similar supplements. Learn why these fatty acids are important.
It’s an effort to address the needs of both endurance and recreational athletes.
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