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New Study Sheds Light on Best (And Worst) Recovery Devices

Plus, pick lighter weights?


New Study Sheds Light on Best (And Worst) Recovery Strategies and Devices for Athletes

Today we shed light on the latest scientific findings in recovery techniques. Which methods are scientifically proven to work, and which are just myths?

Does the dreadful foam rolling really work? What about expensive recovery boots, or those long sauna sessions?

Do you do at least 1 recovery session per week (foam roll, stretching, anything...)?)

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Wait, what??

Lighter Weights As Efficient As Heavier Ones? Recent Studies Challenge Traditional Beliefs

In the world of resistance training, long-held views on how to build muscle strength, hypertrophy, and endurance are being re-examined.

Two pivotal studies have brought new insights that could revolutionize workout routines for fitness enthusiasts and athletes alike.

Training Schedule

Here Are the Results of Last Week’s Training Schedule Poll

Last week we asked all 22,211 of you How many times per week will you train in 2024. Here are the results:

I was sooo happy to see that a staggering 80%+ of you will work out at least 3 times a week. That’s awesome!

Share this newsletter with 1 person you think should do more recovery training in 2024


The 12 Best Tips To Get Rid of Sore Muscles Overnight

Dealing with sore muscles or muscle pain can be a common occurrence, especially after engaging in intense workouts or physical activities.

While muscle soreness is a natural part of the recovery process, it can be uncomfortable and hinder your ability to function optimally.

If you’re looking for effective ways to alleviate soreness and promote quicker recovery of muscle function, keep reading to find out the best tips to get rid of sore muscles overnight.

Workout From Home

The 5 Best Compression Knee Sleeves for Optimal Support and Pain Relief

Knee sleeves are designed to provide stability, and support to the knee joints. They offer compression, improve blood flow, reduce swelling, and stabilize the knee joint.

This, in turn, can alleviate pain, enhance mobility, and aid in injury prevention. They also keep the knee warm, making them valuable for individuals with joint stiffness or those recovering from injuries.

Stay fit,

Julien Raby