Recovery is key
RECOVER IS KEY
Take a break
from Claudia KlingelhöferEditor in Chief ISPO.com
First things first: Only when we recover properly can we perform at full capacity. So far – so obvious. Nevertheless, we often ignore and suppress this. And of course, in times of a pandemic, recovery is often not that easy.
To help you out a bit here, this Editorial Letter is all about recovery: Long-distance cyclist Michi Strasser knows how effective performance management works. The extreme athlete gives us valuable tips and explains what the difference is between a break and proper regeneration is.
Sport can even contribute to the recovery of entire societies after the pandemic. This is impressively shown by a UN report. We have summarized the most important facts for you.
We also look at which color is the best choice for a relaxed outfit.
With this in mind, have a good rest!
REGENERATION HACKS FROM LONG-DISTANCE CYCLIST MICHI STRASSER
“You always have to know why you’re doing it”
Michi Strasser knows how to destroy himself in a controlled way, how to test his limits – and how to get back on his feet afterwards. The 38-year-old long-distance cyclist sometimes rides 23,000 kilometers at a stretch. When he told us how proper regeneration works, we naturally listened very carefully.
NO SIGNS OF RECOVERY: BIKE PARTS REMAIN SCARCE
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FROM HEALTH TO EDUCATION TO PEACEKEEPING
How sports can improve our lives after the pandemic – United Nations perspectives?
Thanks to vaccines and testing, an end to the Covid19 pandemic is within reach. But the Coronavirus will leave marks from which the world will have to recover. Sport will have an important role to play here, as the UN points out in its report “Recovering Better: Sport for Development and Peace.
FOR BETTER RECOVERY FROM STRESSFUL SITUATIONS
How you can train resilience?
Especially during the Coronavirus pandemic, resilience is in high demand. How can you train your inner resilience and what can you learn about it from sports?
OUTDOOR IN THE COLOR OF RELAXATION
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Blue is the color of calm. It stands for level-headedness and clarity – just the right qualities for outdoor adventurers. We present blue outdoor products that should not be missing when you are out and about.
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