Lets help your hip flexors and quads recover. Grab a bench, couch, friend, or chair and stretch out your quads and hip flexors. This will be pretty vital, especially if you plan on re-testing this one. Most people are familiar with this one, but if not click this link for a video.
Walk the dog!
I know I had this on last week’s post, but here in Denver, we got a foot of snow and temps in the single digits most of the week. Unfortunately for River, I’m not going to be taking her on a long walk in those conditions. So, I’m putting this in here again this week! A long walk is good for everyone, and has many health benefits beyond recovering from an intense workout.
The soreness really sets in with inactivity. So if you can, treat the dog to a nice long walk. If you don’t have a dog, the Denver Dumb Friends League can help you out!
What will 19.4 throw at us? Devil’s press? DB Box step overs? Antifreeze jugs?Stay tuned next week for my 19.4 recovery tips.