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How to Design a Recovery Regimen

In this recovery section we have researched and studied all the best possible methods available for martial arts recovery, whether from over-training, under or over-utilization of muscles, stepping or moving incorrectly during training or fights, physiological differences, exhaustion, muscle, tendon or joint related issues or injuries. 

This area has presented many excellent and extremely varied methods of healing and quickening recovery, plus many different ideas to try out that have been proven to maximize recovery speed and minimize time off from training, sparring, and events.

Recovery Methods for Daily Use

The content we provide will show the benefits of daily and weekly recovery approaches that include ensuring excellent hydration, adequate rest, various types of baths, breath control for optimum recovery, meditation, and the importance of maintaining flexibility, that if utilized regularly, will help keep the predictable stressors caused by intensive training, brutal mat work, and daily life to a minimum. 

Post Workout Recovery Regimen | Fighting Arts Health Lab

These relatively simple but incredibly powerful methods of day to day physical, emotional, and mental recovery have been tried, researched, studied, and proven by many people over many years. These methods of training and stress recovery will help keep prime top conditioned martial arts body in amazing shape, releasing fight stresses, aiding in achieving deep, restful sleep, increasing cellular recovery, and keeping the already fine-tuned body in prime fighting capacity.

It will also assist those who have hit a plateau on their conditioning levels, or who had to take time out due to injury, illness, or major life issues, and those who’ve just decided it’s time to massively up-level their training capacity and event load.

Our Commitment to
Martial Artists

This section will be updated and continually added onto as new discoveries, medical breakthroughs, traditional healing methods are investigated and understood, old and new products are invented or become available and obtainable to martial artists for use at home, in the dojo, gym, or studio. There are many types of physical support items that can assist the martial artist in every type of healing situation, and during every stage of recovery. 

Many of these therapeutic and support techniques also do double duty by helping martial artists though promoting, achieving, and maintaining absolute top physical conditioning. Fighting Arts Health Lab commits to supporting those training in the fighting arts with their search for optimal methods and efficient products that will serve that function.

There will be ongoing posts with the highest quality items as we come across them to help you achieve optimal results in martial arts athletic fitness, training, and recovery.

Recovery Techniques for After Injury or Illness

There are numerous other recovery techniques presented in this section that are specifically aimed at the martial artist who tore a ligament, sprained a wrist, or smashed an elbow. Or maybe had too many fight events too fast, cut weight too severely, took out your opponent with a powerful round house kick, strained a muscle in your back doing it, a tight hold strained your neck or you jammed a shoulder passing guard. 

It could have been a car accident, infection or illness, or even a vicious stone bruise gotten while training barefoot at the beach. It’s all in the ‘stuff happens’ category, and everybody experiences this once in a while.

Managing Martial Arts Injuries | Fighting Arts Health Lab

There are numerous other recovery techniques presented in this section that are specifically aimed at the martial artist who tore a ligament, sprained a wrist, or smashed an elbow. Or maybe had too many fight events too fast, cut weight too severely, took out your opponent with a powerful round house kick, strained a muscle in your back doing it, a tight hold strained your neck or you jammed a shoulder passing guard. 

There are recovery techniques in this section such as acupuncture, chiropractic, cupping, ice baths, and cellular regeneration that will jump-start that bum knee, unrattle a bashed head, and soothe chronically spasming muscles. All of these recovery methods will work for acute issues, as well as chronic pain and injury.

Every one of the methods presented in this section are used regularly by martial artists of all types, all around the world, from traditional styles such as Wing Chun, Hapkido, Kendo, Aikido, Kung Fu, Judo, and Karate, all the way to MMA, and UFC professional fighters who have coaches constantly out hunting up the next most amazing healing, injury, and recovery techniques and products that give instant and long lasting relief after intensive training on the mats or in the ring.

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