Why Is There So Much Confusion About Physical Recovery?

(00:33) What is physical recovery? What falls under that category? (Y)

(00:45) Would you consider weakness as needing to be recovered from? The extent to which you pursue physical recovery is based on the themes and goals. (N)

(02:00) What defines if someone is recovered? (Y)

(03:00) Does weakness count as something you need to recover from? (A)

(03:10) What’s the difference between approaching weakness from a physical recovery lens compared to an exercise lens? Synergistic balance is important to recovery. (Y)

(05:04) Physical recovery runs on a rhythm but what’s the incentive to someone who is in pain to start to learn about physical recovery. Flexibility creates a sense of recovery and the most slept-on physical recovery modality and static stretching as a visualization technique (A).

(07:10) The cerebral elements of physical recovery and how you can use static stretching as a visualization tool. (AY) (08:26) Getting in touch with your senses is hard to recreate in a lab. The sensitivities that can’t be tested in a lab. Get in tune with your senses in order to navigate the nuance of what your body needs. Your own sense of what it takes your body to feel your best. (N)

(10:15) The sensory development aspect of physical recovery and preparedness (Y)

(11:30) Why do high-level athletes rent out the gym for themselves or build their own spaces for privacy? (A)

(12:18) How do you equip the audience with the ability to discern between following the lab evidence versus developing senses and getting in tune with your own body and senses relative to high performance (all)

(13:30) The meaning behind the assessment is the test and the test is the assessment (Y)

(14:19) Note on assessments, sometimes they reveal a focus point but it doesn’t mean neglecting other things you were focusing on in the past (A)

(14:33) Referencing Dr. Attia calling out the flaws of studies versus holding studies to perfection specifically on a study regarding women’s health and how the population type was not related (women over 50). (N)

(16:10) Studies are not inherently wrong but corruption or misaligned intent can exist in the process of analyzing studies. How to discern emerging evidence to gain the purported benefit. (Y)

(18:12) CTA to the audience (Y)

(18:34) Why digging deeper and using multiple references to come to your own conclusion is important (A)

(19:30) Using studies to create a safe environment (N)

(20:40) How fear can cause people to give up the search for physical recovery (N)

(21:10) People give up because it takes a long time to recover (A)

(22:10) CTA to the audience (Y)

(23:28) How can you get people out of pain if you can’t get yourself out of pain? How to put ego aside to solve problems at scale. (N)

(25:20) Inexpensive recovery tools (A)

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