E.g., 18 October 2017
Exposure to germs is part of a child’s immunological development. Exposure to a variety of microorganisms future proofs us against numerous diseases.
Coming home with scratches and bruises is all part of childhood and growing up and helps to maintain a healthy and flexible immune system.
There are many benefits from engaging in sport and play. Physical activity helps us produce those feel-good endorphins, an effective measure against depression.
We’re increasingly reliant on cars to transport us around and we're moving our physical bodies a lot less. No wonder we are getting fatter!
Only drink when you're thirsty to re-establish your natural thirst feeling.
Avoid using heavily marketed sports drinks laden with salt and sugar to stay hydrated during performance.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) data can be a useful training tool to highlight effects of fatigue, stress or pre-event anxiety.
The more relaxed and stress-free you are, the more variable the time between heart beats and the more healthy your heart is.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) measures the variable time gaps between heartbeats as you breathe in and out. Knowing your HRV on a given day can help you train better.
Early detection of the warning signs of overtraining is crucial to prevent injury. Invest in recovery time post-training.
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