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Photobiomodulation for Athletic Recovery

We all know that the most reliable way to improve athletic performance is to work out regularly. What most people lose sight of, however, is that the workout itself doesn’t improve performance. It’s the recovery afterward that makes you both stronger and better able to process oxygen. The purpose of the workout is to cause Read more…



Cryotherapy for Athletic Performance

We have many clients who use whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) for athletic performance. But the relationship between WBC and increased fitness is not a direct one. Getting cold does not necessarily increase aerobic capacity or muscle strength. What it does is to enhance your recovery, and that speeds your increase in fitness. Exercise in Order to Read more…


The Story of Austin‘s Recovery…

…as told by his mother, Stephanie: “Hockey isn’t just a hobby for Austin, it is truly a passion. He loves everything about hockey, from the strength and conditioning to video review to competing in games. He had a coach tease him one time that making him skate sprints isn’t a punishment because he enjoys it Read more…


Float Pod: Good Health Through Downtime

Paying attention is the most common state of our waking selves. From the time we get up in the morning until we go back to sleep at night, we are paying attention to something, whether it is reading the news, taking care of family members, driving a car, watching a television program, or working. Working, Read more…


Recovery Is A Lifestyle

A July 12 feature article in The New York Times was titled “How to Recover Like an Elite Athlete” and described a hot new lifestyle trend. The writer visited a place called Recover, “which bills itself as New York’s first recovery studio.” Ahem. I just want to say, Welcome New York Times to the concept Read more…