A simple but little practiced formula in the world of sports that clearly defines the cellular processes that lead to efficient, consistent and long-lasting athletic performance.
All or the vast majority of athletes and coaches, amateurs, and at the highest levels of sport know how to generate stress and adaptation strategies that push sport performance, usually with the added component of overtraining, mental and emotional stress natural to any sporting career.
However, a small number of athletes and coaches manage to find, learn and apply recovery strategies that lead to the maximum gain of the athlete’s sporting potential along with the athlete’s efficiency and consistency in his or her career.
The holy grail of athletic performance lies not only in delivering 100% of the capabilities in training and competition, but equally delivering 110% of the effort in efficient physical, mental and emotional recovery. This is the key that separates an athlete from injuries, and when they happen, it is the key to bringing them back quickly.