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Expert Answers: What Should I Do on My Recovery
Everyone’s ideal recovery (or rest) day will differ, depending on
factors such as training goals, fitness level, and workout
intensity, frequency, specificity, and duration. As a starting
point, experts agree on the following guidelines: keep moving,
embrace self-care, try something new, and make
time. Click here to help determine
your personal recovery regimen.
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therapy and self-myofascial release. Stiff shoulders.
Niggling neck and back pain. Sore feet. From head to toe, our
bodies are bastions of tension and tightness that accumulate
from activities as mundane as sitting and as strenuous as
exercising. Massage is a reliable tool for easing this
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