PROPER RECOVERY AND REGENERATION FROM AND FOR TRAINING
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The demands of these processes (training and adaptation) places a great requirement on the available energy of the body, for the energy available for training competes with metabolism, oxidation, the regeneration of adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP), growth, and its maturation (Moore, 1980).
Recovery and regeneration is the means by which restoration occurs. It is comprised of a network of responses aimed at resolving any disruption (physiological, biochemical, and psychological) to the body from the stressful components of training load and competition.