Some people swear that cold showers can deliver myriad health benefits, from keeping chronic disease at bay to clearer thinking, improved circulation and general wellness improvements. But what does the science have to say about them?
Long journeys and jet lag are a concern for many athletes, but what exactly is the impact of long flights on performance, and what strategies are available to counteract these effects?
There is good evidence that sports meditation can play a role in helping athletes achieve a better state of mind when they’re competing, and this translates well across a variety of sports.
Recovery yoga can provide many benefits from both physiological and psychological stress, which can correlate to improved athletic performance.
Delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS, is the soreness we get in our muscles caused by micro-traumas, and the chemical processes associated with going above and beyond. But is it dangerous, and how can you avoid or minimise it?
In episode 83 of the Science for Sport podcast, one of the world’s leading sport performance scientists reveals the truth behind one of the most used recovery methods: ice and cold water exposure.
Due to the busy lifestyle that many athletes live, sleep and sport don’t always go together, but sleep is a must for recovery and performance. Here’s how to get the most out of your sleep.
Concussions are a growing issue in many sports, and early initiation of low-intensity aerobic exercise is recommended to kick-start the recovery process.
Jet lag and travel fatigue are no fun for anyone and can negatively impact athletic performance – but here’s some tricks and tips to combat air travel.
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