Not sure if this question was already addressed somewhere in another thread, but I am wondering what would you say is the one (or several) thing that helps you the most with recovery. I've been back to training in Thailand, getting ready for a fight here and several tournaments coming up back home, it's been just about 1 week since I am here, but I am already finding myself feeling rather sluggish, brain fog, cranky, and just overall like I can't get enough sleep despite even taking a nap in the afternoon, yet I feel like all I want to do is sleep all day (though I must say that taking a nap has never made me feel better, I usually end up waking up drowsy and moody), so I am not sure if i should just give it a bit more time as perhaps my body is not quiet adjusted to this increased demand or if perhaps there is something else I can do to help things. The thing is that if this was back home I could just try to build things up slowly and maybe have some sessions that are a bit more light, but here it seems like if you show up to training, you are expected to give 100%, all or nothing, but if you take a day off or go easier then I get shit from trainers (today I got told for drinking water between the pad rounds)
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Training in Thailand - recovery tips?
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