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ReBound30…You Need This

  • by Matt Jennings
  • December 5, 2019
A while back I asked Coach Jenn Vinges to help us develop a recovery centric program at TheLIFTGym. Because Jenn is an incredible instructor in the practice of yoga…I knew she would come through. And she has! Rebound30 is a thirty minute recovery & rejuvenation session that is designed to help you tap into a […]Read More >>

Train…Eat…Sleep…RECOVER→RESULTS→REPEAT

  • by Matt Jennings
  • April 19, 2018
Reason For RECOVERY WEEKS 1. Training Should Be Stressor Enough To Cause A Response. 2. The Body Consistently Adapts To Progressive Stress From Exercise By: Developing Neural Network That Innervates The Muscular System; Commissioning The Neuro-Endocrine System To Signal And Support The Necessary Hormones To Activate And Help Process Neuromuscular Adaptation; Initiating Immuno-lymphatic system to […]Read More >>

Train…Gain…Recover…Repeat

  • by Matt Jennings
  • September 4, 2017
Including recovery as part of your training program is smart and needs to be thought out and planned into your training phases. Activity outside the intensity of your gym training allows your body to use low level exercise (movement) to help muscles and joints get the nutrition needed to maintain healthful status while eliminating potential […]Read More >>

REPERFUSION EXECU-SHUN AND HYPER-TROPHY (Revisited)

  • by Matt Jennings
  • June 22, 2017
I first wrote REPERFUSION EXECU-SHUN AND HYPER-TROPHY back in 2006. It is a short article that goes into a bit of my training from the past and the importance of understanding the role of recovery. Let me just preface here and say that this article might be somewhat controversial. However, that being said, not only does […]Read More >>
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Keto-Grow

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 1, 2016
It is a widely held opinion in the training/exercise world that after a training session one needs to take advantage of the timing to intake both carbohydrate and protein for optimal recovery/repair/growth. This belief though is myopic and not necessarily the case. All depends on what your goals are and what you have ‘trained’ your […]Read More >>