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Recovery Principle of Training
We need time to recharge our Physical, Mental, and Emotional Batteries between Workouts
The Recovery Principle suggests that athletes need adequate time to recuperate from the training regime and participating in a competition. Many trainers believe that an athlete's ability to recover from workouts is just as important as the workout itself.
It is during a rest period that an athletes' body adapts to the stress they experience during intense workout sessions and competitions. A rest period also provides time for the athlete to prepare mentally for the next stage of their training and reflect on the progress they have achieved thus far in the seasonal training plan.
One to two days between weight training workouts usually is an adequate time for recovery. Cardio, flexibility, warm-up and cool down exercise activities can be performed with daily on ice practice sessions.
Adequate sleep patterns, a balanced nutrition plan, and good healthy lifestyle habits during intensive training periods are critical if an athlete is to recuperate. This includes no smoking, alcohol, or drugs.
Recovery can be facilitated by whirlpools and/or massage to facilitate muscles relaxing and rebuilding while minimizing muscle soreness.
Immediately after intense exercise workouts an athlete should participate in an active cooling down process such as by jogging or walking. This prevents the potential for venous pooling.
Rhythmic exercise such as ballet or ballroom dancing increases blood flow through the veins and heart during rest/recovery period, speeding up lactate removal from the blood.
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