How to Recover from Exercise Faster


I thought you may enjoy this special free report I made up! It’s titled “Advanced Recovery Techniques for Improved Speed and Strength!”

Many serious, dedicated, and driven athletes have already downloaded their copy, it’s cool to see!

I really like talking about this subject. The faster an athlete can recover, the better he/she will perform. On the field, weight room, court/track… This is even more important for elite athletes who are much faster and stronger than a novice athlete.

If more athletes placed as much emphasis on this as their actual training, the athlete will dominate their competition because they are not in a chronic state of fatigue.

I firmly believe that’s how many of my athletes have improved at the rate they are at CTS Strength & Conditioning because of the emphasis we place on keeping the training sessions relatively short (45-60 minutes), training up anywhere from 2-4 times per week (depending on the athlete, age, where there are at in their competitive season/off-season, etc), and being very patient and consistent! While we train hard, we also place large emphasis on recovery.

If you don’t take restoration and recovery seriously, your athletic careers’ potential may not be fulfilled to the max…

Not to worry though! Just click the link below to download your copy. No e-mails needed Just my way of sayin’ thanks!

Here’s a breif overview of the topics covered…

  • Foam rolling
  • Tempo runs
  • Jump rope
  • Medicine ball training
  • Bodyweight training
  • Contrast Therapy (hot/cold)

Download your Free Copy Here! <—- Get your copy here


(Be sure to right click and save if you want to reference it for future use!)


– John Cortese

PS – Once you’ve read the report, be sure to hit the “Like” button and leave a comment below. We can get some awesome discussion going about recovery techniques and get into more details.. If we reach 25 comments, I’ll do a follow up video!

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