Sleep & Recovery Go Hand In Hand

Sleep & Recovery Go Hand In Hand

Good sleep one of the cornerstones of health. Six to eight hours per night seems to be the optimal amount of sleep for adults. Many recommend more for developing athletes (seven to nine hours). Too much or too little sleep can have adverse effects on your health.
Sleep deprivation is such a chronic condition these days that you might not even realize you suffer from it

Am I Going to Sprain My Ankle This Season?

Am I Going to Sprain My Ankle This Season?

Each year many athletes sprain their ankles. Some of these are from contact (example: landing on someone’s foot) but many are from a lack of control of the athlete’s body. This comes from poor balance and a lack of hip strength. Most athletes don’t train balance and when we see them at the Epicenter this is an area of deficiency.