Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) is the energy you use after a workout to refuel and recover. Here’s what that means for your body.
Is there a benefit to drinking more sports drinks to super boost your electrolyte levels? Let’s be clear on the answer: No. Learn the reason why.
An exercise physiologist provides tips for making the most out of your indoor cycling experience, including adjusting your seat, wearing stiff-soled shoes and increasing your duration over a six-week period.
Got sore, achy muscles after a workout or sitting at your computer all day? Foam rolling can help relieve tension and ease pain.
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Building recovery time into your fitness routine can help you avoid injuries. Learn what to do in the hours and days after a tough workout to get the most benefit from your muscle-building work.
What do you eat to fuel your workout? A Cleveland Clinic dietitian explains how to best fuel your body both before and after exercise.
Numerous professional athletes use whole-body cryotherapy as part of their recovery routines. An exercise physiologist weighs in on whether it’s the right treatment for you.