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#71 - Rest and Recovery

July 27, 2017
Australians are internationally perceived to be laid back and relaxed, and yet our athletes are some of the hardest working in the world. In this episode, we delve into the importance of both active and passive recovery, the value of sleep, and why more isn’t always more

And lastly, on lobster preparation.- From live, or This article explains why drowning crabs in beneficial and also a novel device for killing them more rapidly.- NB: we would always drown the lobster/crab first in fresh water as it stops them from dropping their legs/claws while they cook - Fishing off the South West Coast of Tasmania

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