Post Stage Recovery and Sleep for Elite Cyclists

Post Stage Recovery and Sleep for Elite Cyclists

In this article we’re going to explore the post stage recovery and sleep tactics that allow elite cyclists to recover quickly between race stages. We’ll leave you with suggestions to help your own recovery practices...
December 20, 2021 — Steve Hoyles
Tags: recovery sleep
DOMS – Improve and Relieve Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

DOMS – Improve and Relieve Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is sometimes referred to as the tax we pay for our fitness. In this blog we’ll look in details at what the science says can be done to improve and relieve the condition...
December 06, 2021 — Steve Hoyles
The Art of the Recovery Run

The Art of the Recovery Run

One of the staple elements of an effective running programme is recovery - a well-used strategy by coaches is the recovery run. This blog looks at the effect of recovery runs on overall fitness and performance levels...
September 06, 2021 — Steven Hoyles
Minimising Muscle Damage from Weight Training and Exercise

Minimising Muscle Damage from Weight Training and Exercise

In this article we’re going to look at DOMS, how it’s caused and how we can minimise the muscle damage and effects from weight training and general exercise.
August 02, 2021 — Stephen Hoyes
Managing Shin Splints with KYMIRA Infrared Technology

Managing Shin Splints with KYMIRA Infrared Technology

In this article we’ll look at practical approaches to managing shin splits, investigating what the current guidelines suggest you do. We’ll also leave you with evidence-based help and advice to prevent the issue in the first place.
Managing and Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Athletes

Managing and Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Athletes

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common peripheral neuropathy in sports medicine. In this article we discover what causes it, how it can affect performance and how to treat and manage the condition effectively.
April 05, 2021 — Stephen Hoyles
Utilising Recovery to Boost Performance

Utilising Recovery to Boost Performance

In this article we’re going to look at the evidence to see how lack of recovery impacts performance and provide suggestions for improving recovery in a condensed time window. Recovering effectively is proven to enhance performance.
March 15, 2021 — Stephen Hoyles
The Scientific Approach to Recovering After Endurance, Marathon and Ironman Events

The Scientific Approach to Recovering After Endurance, Marathon and Ironman Events

There’s a marked difference between the recovery you need on a day to day basis and the recovery you need on the back of an ironman or marathon. See how science and KYMIRA help to improve your post-event recovery.
January 21, 2021 — Stephen Hoyles
Post Christmas Exertion or Recovery Workout Routine – Doing it Properly

Post Christmas Exertion or Recovery Workout Routine – Doing it Properly

For most of us, training volume and intensity significantly slows during the Christmas period. Here's what to consider when starting back after a Christmas break!
December 02, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles
KYMIRA Sport KYnergy Ecosystem - Recover

KYMIRA Sport KYnergy Ecosystem - Recover

The next instalment of our KYMIRA Sport KYnergy Eco System is the topic of ‘recover’ – the most under-appreciated and neglected element of sporting performance. We look at what recovery is and how KYMIRA products can help.
October 26, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles
Managing Injuries at Home with KYMIRA Technology

Managing Injuries at Home with KYMIRA Technology

Injuries are an unfortunate occasional side effect of sport and exercise. With KYMIRA infrared technology on your side though, you can help to manage your injuries at home effectively. Let us show you how…
July 06, 2020 — Steve Hoyles
Cold Water Immersion vs Improving Blood Flow Sport Recovery - Plus Using KYMIRA Products to Assist

Cold Water Immersion vs Improving Blood Flow Sport Recovery - Plus Using KYMIRA Products to Assist

The scientific elements of recovery, discussing the older use of cold water immersion and contrasting that with a newer school of thought that prioritises improving blood flow to affected tissues.
June 08, 2020 — Stephen Hoyles