Boosting recovery: Solutions to the most common recovery problems
What is recovery and why is it so important?
How much time do you spend in the gym (or working to physically improve your body)?
Probably not much. Well, at least compared with the amount of time you spend between those sessions.
Gym time is simply a stimulus for change. This stimulus will only create results if we recover enough between workouts. The quicker and more efficiently we can recover, the sooner we can spur further progress.
When someone doesn’t recover adequately, performance and health may suffer. Many athletes describe it as “hitting a wall.” Many exercisers refer to it as “overtraining.” It usually means low energy and an overall sensation of not feeling quite right. Fatigue occurs because recovery wasn’t adequate…
A) Snatch Balance 2-3 reps x 4 Sets @ 85% 1 RM Squat Snatch
B) OHS Waveload 3, 2 ,1 ,3 ,2 ,1 85%, 90%, 95%, 90%, 95%, 100++%
METCON- For Time:
Box Jumps 24”/20”
KB Squat Clean 55#/35#
-Cut off is 12 Minutes-