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Video Presentation - Recovery Tips for Endurance Athletes at Coast to Coast winner, Dougal Allan's Multisport Training Camp

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Parasympathetic nervous system. What is it and why is it so critical to your well-being? Coming right up. Stress has always been a factor for many people and no more so that in 2020, but in this article, I wanted to focus on the parasympathetic aspect and explain why that is so critical and how many things it influences in the body. The parasympathetic nervous system is a part of the autonomic nervous system – the automatic nervous system that does all the stuff that you don’t have to think about. The part of your brain that balances and manages and brings everything...

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1. Diabetes Swelling the Causes and Treatment Coach Mike: let’s talk about diabetes and swelling/fluid retention in the legs related to diabetes and the treatment using natural remedies Dr. Paul: Well, I mean, the big thing obviously, the big problem, if you like, with diabetes is the vascular damage that’s associated with the disease. The side effects of that can be swelling and it can be tissue damage as well, tissue necrosis or death of tissue. We all see those horror cases with people having to have toes and fingers amputated. That’s a worst-case scenario and it’s quite uncommon but it...

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The world of medicine is a fascinating one. However, the question is, could an inflatable balloon worn in the lower half of your body help prevent fluid retention in athletes and hasten the recovery process? Training makes you worse and recovery makes you better and locks in the hard-earned gains, so Recovery after exercise is an essential part of building a strong athlete. The rate of recovery should match the amount of work the athlete puts in if recovery is to be effective. While Natural remedies to curb fluid retention are available, nothing works better than intermittent pneumatic compression recovery...

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G'day folks, its Coach Mike here from Recovery Systems. Today we’re going to be talking about how you can ensure that you’re locking in the gains and are ready for your next training session. You should understand that your training has provided the stimulus to make you a better athlete. But all those gains are going to be realised during your recovery. If you are recovering properly from your training session, then that’s going to allow you to go out and train to provide that stimulus again. The key to improving as an athlete is being able to provide a...

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