Proper rest and recovery is just as important as your training itself.

Tested: Deep Recovery “Massage Track” Whole Body Massage Kit
Foam rollers and other tools are great, but don’t you sometimes miss the ability of a good old lacrosse ball to provide pressure at a Read more.

Tested: Epsoak Epsom Salt
There’s plain, ordinary epsom salt that you can find just about anywhere (and get a huge bag for only a few dollars). Epsoak Epsom Salt… Read more.

The Endurance Athlete’s Guide to Sleep (How to Sleep Better So That You Can Perform Better!)
Tomorrow, March 17, 2017, is World Sleep Day. Why does sleeping get its own worldwide holiday? Unlike power meters and chamois cream and energy seaweed, Read more.

Tested: Play Again Now Recovery Drink
As much as I never wanted to age past 25, it did give me some hope to see lots of pro cyclists reaching their peaks Read more.

Tested: Physicool Cooling Bandage
It’s no secret that ice can reduce swelling and inflammation. It’s part of the RICE formula that’s in health and science textbooks around the country. Read more.

Ask Levi: Wendy’s Chili for Post-ride Recovery Meal?
Today's question is about using Wendy's Chili for a post-ride recovery meal... Read more.

Book Review: R4 Optimal Muscle Performance and Recovery
One of the first cycling nutrition books I read was R4 Optimal Muscle Performance and Recovery by Ed Burke. It covered various topics about muscle Read more.

5 Wonderful Ways To Keep Your Muscles Loose When You Can’t Ride
If you are on an important training and racing schedule, keeping your muscles loose at all times is important... Read more.

Soothe Your Aching Muscles With a Sea Salt Bath
As an endurance athlete, you're probably looking for every possible way to soothe your sore muscles and recover faster. Lots of cyclists take ibuprofen and Read more.

Ask Levi: How Do I Get Rid of Sore Muscles?
Most athletes deal with sore muscles on a regular basis. Here are some ideas to ease your sore muscles and speed recovery... Read more.

Ask Levi: How Can I Speed Recovery?
If you have sore leg muscles and need to recovery fast, you could try massage, heat, ice baths, or one of many other tricks. But Read more.

How To Get Back Into Racing Shape After A Long Layoff
Here is a quick guide to losing weight and getting back into shape for bicycle racing after a long layoff... Read more.

10 Essentials for a Relaxing Yet Productive Recovery Week
Typically, training will be done in four-week cycles where there are three weeks of hard riding followed by a recovery week, where training volume and/or Read more.