Restoration Training or Recovery Training: What?

Restoration Training or Recovery Training: Just As Important as Regular Workouts

Restoration Training or Recovery Training for Elite Performance
Restoration Training or Recovery Training for Elite Performance

Constant Action Lifestyles, Survival of the Fittest or Workouts to Failure are the rage in youth and adult athletics.  Two weeks of this training by this coach and then the next two weeks a different coach.  Lack of rest, sleep or even too much technology.

Well..  That is what I did when I was a kid.   Most athletes need to have a clean break from their current training and development programs.  Why do you say a clean break you might ask?  Parents, coaches and athletes feel that doing something rather than nothing is a training strategy.  Would parents do this at work? Shoot from the hip on the action steps to develop success. Would a coach do this on the field or court? Of course not! Then why do we do it with training.

What about recovery after loading? What about recovery post race? How do you restore your body so that it can take another workout? Why do so many athletes burnout before high school?

Today on The McCarthy Project, Stephen McCarthy will answer all of these questions and more.  All parties should coordinate a schedule based on the proven science of mastering a sport with the proper training and the proper restoration training or recovery training.

Former Navy Seal David Rutherford on Limiting Technology
Former Navy Seal David Rutherford on Limiting Technology

Guests today include:

1.  Kris Swarthout, USA Triathlon Coach and accomplished triathlete.

2.  David Rutherford, former Navy Seal and Division 1 lacrosse player and Behavior Training Specialist.

3. Shaun Goodsell, Sports Performance Coach and former college athlete.

For the complete show, visit Recovery Workouts and Restoration Training Show.

 

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