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I cant wait to see everyone at Winter fest !!!! im trying to attach a bi fold to preview our training agenda
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Will love to hear the stories coming from Winter fest.
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The reality is that the better you learn how to train, the better you will also need to learn how to recover.

This is the Yin & Yang of fitness and both sides are necessary to produce the optimal results especially when we get more mature.

We will cover physical forms of recovery (mobility, flexibility, daily movement) but also lifestyle and mental forms of recovery which include contrast therapy, meditation, dopamine fasts, relaxation techniques and more.

We will also touch on how to eliminate stress and anxiety from your life by letting go off control and learning how to relax.

This, by far, has been one of the most important things I have learned in my life.
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..."the better you learn how to train, the better you will also need to learn how to recover."

Agree that good recovery technique is important. The Uechi-Ryu principle often warn students not to over-train to prevent injuries.
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