28 May '14, 9pm

The Uncomfortable Truth About Recovery | Runner's World

So the choice of how best to recover would appear to be somewhat dependent upon an individual’s circumstances. If you have the luxury of seeking the most pronounced development following a hard training session or race, do nothing. This will allow the body to naturally progress. If you need to operate a motor vehicle the next day, hop in an ice bath, slap on the compression tights, and get a message. Better yet, opt for the telecommuting program. Nothing aids recovery better than an extra hour of sleep and breakfast in bed.

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