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What does recovery in fitness mean? The difference between active versus passive recovery
September 10, 2018

Active Recovery versus Passive Recovery

Athletic recovery has taken many forms. A trainer says take a rest day another suggests a sports massage. The main differentiator is this- active recovery and passive recovery can seem synonymous, when actually, they are two very different forms. May seem obvious, but active recovery is what we need to focus on- not just on a “rest” day, but daily. To actively recover, means you are focusing on the areas of the body that may need tending to. You may feel sore in a particular muscle group, tight when you move in a certain direction, or simply stiff. Sure, resting will help soreness and tightness subside eventually, but WHAT IF you could mitigate these issues faster and more enjoyably? There are several options when selecting active recovery. You can opt for:

Have questions on how to actively recover? Contact our customer experience team at customersupport@hyperice.com

Active Recovery versus Passive Recovery

Athletic recovery has taken many forms. A trainer says take a rest day another suggests a sports massage. The main differentiator is this- active recovery and passive recovery can seem synonymous, when actually, they are two very different forms. May seem obvious, but active recovery is what we need to focus on- not just on a “rest” day, but daily. To actively recover, means you are focusing on the areas of the body that may need tending to. You may feel sore in a particular muscle group, tight when you move in a certain direction, or simply stiff. Sure, resting will help soreness and tightness subside eventually, but WHAT IF you could mitigate these issues faster and more enjoyably? There are several options when selecting active recovery. You can opt for:

Have questions on how to actively recover? Contact our customer experience team at customersupport@hyperice.com