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Overtraining & The Signs Of Burnout

Overtraining is a decreased capacity for work that slowly develops from an imbalance between stress and rest   The overtrained athlete experiences declining performance and a nagging exhaustion that no longer responds to a few days rest. These are the best indicators of overtraining and is also known as "Staling". When faced with

How to Improve Your Reaction Time

Reaction Time Improve your bunch riding reaction time with these simple exercises. Reaction time is an increasingly important aspect of every sport, especially short duration events when the difference between competitors is marginal. Not only is reaction time a great indicator of the speed and effectiveness of an individual’s decision making,

7 Effective Post Workout Recovery Methods

Undertaking certain activities after a race or hard workout may enhance recovery. Many of the recovery methods below speed recovery by: Slightly increasing the heart rate Increasing blood flow to the muscles Accelerating the inflow of nutrients Reducing soreness Lowering blood pressure Relaxing the nervous system Experiment to find the things that work best for you. Recovery Method