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Rest Better
By Andrew Heffernan
Three tips to help you make the most of your downtime.
Overexercising
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
If your workout routine has left you feeling fatigued rather than energized, the problem could be under-recovery. Learn how you can rest up and bounce back with this expert advice.
By Experience Life Staff
See these Functional Range Conditioning exercises in action.
Mobilize Your Hips
By Kaelyn Riley
Whether you spend your days doing heavy squats, cycling long distances, or sitting at a desk, chances are your hips could use some extra attention.
Restorative Flow
By Kaelyn Riley
These three basic poses provide an entry point for beginning yogis and athletes seeking recovery.
Intuitive Training
By Andrew Heffernan
Learn how to blend your exercise preferences with biofeedback to help you get stronger and fitter.
bicyling
By Chris Ballard
Here are seven tips to bounce back after a sports injury.
How a Warm-Up May Save Your From Injury
By Michael Dregni
Why warming up before exercising is good preventative medicine.
seeing stars
By Michael Dregni
As doctors learn more about their consequences, people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries are finding renewed hope.
Neck
By Nicole Radziszewski
Protect your neck muscles with these two moves.
feet
By Nicole Radziszewski
Strengthen and mobilize your feet with these two moves.
wrist-stretch
By Lauren Bedosky
Try these quick 30-second stretches to relieve achy hands and forearms.
Knee
By Nicole Radziszewski
Strengthen your knees with these two moves.
kettlebell-stretch
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor explains why being sore is not an indication of a good (or bad) workout.
By Experience Life Staff
Personal trainer Rachel Cosgrove shows you how to perform the results-boosting recovery workout. These exercises will help you cool-down after you complete Workout A or Workout B, and are great stretches for off days.
wrist-and-shoulder-pain
By Lauren Bedosky
Learn how to fix wrist and shoulder pain when performing a pushup.
Cold Treatment
By Heidi Wachter
Can cold conditioning help you recover from a tough workout? Our expert weighs in.
casted ankle
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Three things I learned about life in the year since my ankle break.
An illustration of a woman stretching
By Andrew Heffernan
Tired of the same old stretching routine? Functional Range Conditioning can help you build flexibility, athleticism, and real-world strength in a whole new way.
strain or sprain
By Nicole Radziszewski
Our expert clarifies the different medical conditions and shares advice for treatment.
arrhythmia-athletes-heart-health
By Steve Waryan
Our copy chief and long-time endurance athlete shares the experience of his arrhythmia and recovery.
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