Category Archives: ADVANCED RECOVERY

  • THE NUMBER ONE REASON TO STRETCH


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    BY CEO ROBERT FORSTER, PT We know stretching is good for us, so why do we avoid it like the plague?  Maybe you just don’t know that stretching is its own workout, and provides performance bene
  • YOUR MARATHON NUTRITION & HYDRATION PLAN

    By Robert Forster, P.T., PHASE IV CEO & Tina Paymaster, PHASE IV Functional Nutrition & Health Specialist If you’re gearing up for the LA Marathon on March 18, you’re probably somewhere ar
  • 5 TWEAKS IN 5 WEEKS FOR YOUR BEST MARATHON EVER

    By CEO Robert Forster, PT 1. ADD WATER Do one deep water running workout a week and feel your power and speed come up. Running in deep water with a flotation belt for buoyancy allows you to work your
  • WHAT IS ACTIVE RECOVERY?

    RECOVERY SCIENCE By CEO Robert Forster, PT After an appropriate time for recovery, the adaptive process occurs. Using progressive build periods of training followed by a week of decreased workload all
  • ANATOMY AND FUNCTION OF THE HAMSTRING

    Chapter 9: Rehabbing Running Injuries Anatomy and Function of the Hamstring An Excerpt from “Healthy Running Step by Step” By Robert Forster, P.T. & Roy M. Wallack In spite of the reputation a
  • CONSTRUCTING A METABOLIC WORKOUT

    How to Construct a Metabolic Workout Using PHASE IV Science So, after your yearly physical, the doctor tells you to start exercising to lose some weight or reduce health risk factors that were identif
  • RECOVERY DRIVEN FITNESS

    All Pain, No Gain: Why the High-Intensity Training Obsession Has Failed Us All BY JOEL JAMIESON When I was in college and first getting into the strength and conditioning field, I was obsessed with tr
  • THE EFFECTS OF “De-Training” and HOW TO MAINTAIN FITNESS THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

    The Effects of “De-Training” and How to Maintain Your Fitness When Your Holiday Schedule Gets Tight By CEO Robert Forster, PT   As we enter the time of the year when busy schedules and shorte
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