11
Dec 2020

The #1 recovery & relaxation trick of the world´s top performers

Top performers know that recovery is as important as training. Apart from good food and high-quality sleep, joyful movement is paramount for your mental and physical recovery and relaxation. Learn in this blog all you need to know about taking a relaxed walk, the effects it has, and how you can unlock a state of super recovery by combining it with a simple technique.
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Julian Massler
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Wellbeing
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15
Oct 2020

How strength training helps prevent injury, heal faster and enjoy sports uncompromisingly at all ages

Prehabilitation is an upcoming field in interdisciplinary medicine. The Wikipedia definition reads as follows: Preoperative rehabilitation, or prehab, is a form of multidisciplinary healthcare interventions which aim to dampen the side effects of medical or surgical intervention. We go beyond this definition and show in this comprehensive guide to strength training based prehab that we need to optimize range of motion, flexibility, strength, and balance in order to deliver effective prehab. Let's dive in and see what our 6 Minute Workout can do for your specific need.
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Julian Massler
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Muscle Gain
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15
Oct 2020

Altitude Training – (not) only something for top athletes?

We all know that top athletes prepare themselves for upcoming competitions on other altitude levels. But not only top athletes benefit from training at altitudes, also recreational athletes like you and me. The reason is the increased production of red blood cells in the height. Read all about the positive effects of altitude training on performance and health and what the different types of altitude trainings are.
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Posted by 
Katalin Siklosi
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Endurance
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6
Oct 2020

Op-Ed: Interdisciplinarity

Information is worth nothing unless organized. Everything else is noise. Modern medical treatment of chronic and civilization disease suffers two major drawbacks. First, it only looks at symptoms and prescribes anti-medication. And secondly, the various specialists working for you on your health are not talking to each other. Big egos often times stand in the way of real treatments. Why listen to us? We are just "fitness trainers", right? Read my opinions here...
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Posted by 
Julian Massler
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Wellbeing
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