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Recovery Strategies for Sports Performance

@inproceedings{Calder2003RecoverySF,
  title={Recovery Strategies for Sports Performance},
  author={A. Calder},
  year={2003}
}
Athletes work hard to prepare and perform successfully throughout a competitive season or for major events. Unfortunately, many ignore or forget the performance benefits gained through including recovery strategies within their daily training programs. Indeed there is a tendency for many athletes to limit the use of recovery techniques to times when they are ill or injured. Yet recovery strategies have far more benefits for athletes than merely as tools to assist with rehabilitation or… Expand
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