High Performace Recovery Training:

  • Shifts your body into the Recovery State in the hours following the training session and helps amplify the effectiveness of your previous higher intensity training.
  • Stimulates blood flow into every muscle fiber without providing too much additional stress that’ll slow recovery down rather than speed it up.
  • Activates the parasympathetic nervous system — so that HRV will be driven up in the hours following the workout.
  • Develops the metabolic systems in the body that drive recovery — so that your overall ability to tolerate and handle the stress of life is improved.
  • Improves your breathing and movement quality in a way that can reduce joint stress and help avoid unnecessary increases in stress hormones that can sabotage your recovery.
  • Is actually fun (and challenging). HPR isn’t boring or monotonous and takes no more than 30-45 minutes from start to finish. Which makes it easy to fit into your weekly schedule.
  • Is highly effective. After an HPR session, you’ll leave the gym feeling much better than when you walked in.

I’ll be blunt: Anyone who is serious about their training needs to start including HPRT as a regular part of their programming.

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