Mr. Brainys Logic Puzzles, Volume 1: Fun and Challenging Logic Puzzles by Colby Lyons
Russian Sports Restoration & Massage
The faster the recovery, the harder, longer and more frequent training can occur. In this fascinating book you will learn about the best methods of recovery and how to implement them. You will learn how they are to be administered and when they should be used in relation to the type of training session. One of the biggest problems facing athletes and coaches today is how to recover from a training session! Covered in the text are various forms of massage, electrotherapeutic, barometric, thermal, psychological and nutritional techniques for restoration.
Sports Massage of the Forearm - featuring Phil Boland and Dylan Alcott
For decades, the rivalry between two world superpowers played out where sports and politics intersected. Dominating the geo-political landscape for the second half of the twentieth century, the Cold War was fought not on battlegrounds, but on basketball courts and hockey rinks, wrestling mats and chess boards, in stadiums all around the world. The struggle for supremacy resulted in the highest level of sports competition ever witnessed, especially from the Soviets, who triumphed in nearly every sport and event. We now know the extent to which Soviet athletics was exploited to symbolize power and spread its ideology — an effort to win the Cold War along political battle lines. Western coaches and scientists agreed that the secret to their success had to be illegal performance enhancing drugs. In fact, the whole Western sports development world agreed on the matter unanimously — and with virtually zero investigation into the matter. The truth of the matter is something entirely else.
Russian Sports Restoration and Massage consists of a compilation of translated articles dealing with the methods used by athletes to recover after workouts. The method used range from sports massage, hydrotherapy, physical therapy, nutrition and electrotherapy. How and when some of these methods should be used is explained in detail. In addition, some of the restorative methods are specific to athletes in different sports as well as to the type of workouts that the athletes may have experienced. The guidelines are very specific and can serve as a guide for how you can apply some of these methods in your training or with your team. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.