We know what our products are best for, but for many people it might still be a little bit confusing. Perhaps you are looking for a product to help you with an injury or for products to support your overall health, wellness, or immune system. 

When we relaunched our website, we wanted to make it easier for new and existing customers to find the right products for them and so, we introduced a couple of new categories for you to easily search and learn what each of our products can do for you. 

If any of the goals match what you are interested in, then click the links and head to the page to learn more about the products that can help you... PLUS we've packed these pages with handy tips and tricks too!

Recovery From Injury

No matter how careful we are, how much warming up or cooling down, how much stretching, prehab & rehab we do, all of us will pick up an injury from time to time.

Injuries can happen while training, competing, or simply walking down the road and rolling our ankle on the curb. The human body is a complex organism that is prone to the bumps and bruises of everyday life.

Most of the common injuries we pick up are to the body's soft tissues. Soft tissues connect and support other tissues and surround the organs in the body. The most common soft tissues injured are tendons, ligaments and muscles.

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Recovery From Exercise

The volume, intensity, and duration of your workout/training session all play a role in determining how taxing it is on your body. After a relatively light workout, your muscles may be able to recover in 24 hours, whereas a more challenging workout might take two to three days. Very intense workouts might take even longer.

Your body type, fitness goals, and current level of fitness all play a role in determining the best way to recover for you. Keep in mind that the following tips are meant to give you ideas of how you can improve your muscle recovery, but they aren’t meant to be a comprehensive list that you need to follow point for point… recovery is very personal.

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Health & Wellness

We can all agree that life is undoubtedly fraught with daily stresses, so much so that we should question whether they are threatening our overall health and wellness.

Stress is the body's reaction to feeling threatened or under pressure. It's very common, and small amounts of stress can be helpful… motivating us to achieve things in our daily life. But too much stress can affect our mood, our body and our relationships – especially when it feels out of our control. It can make us feel anxious and irritable, and affect our self-esteem.

Experiencing a lot of stress over a long period of time can also lead to a feeling of physical, mental and emotional exhaustion, often called burnout.

We can’t eliminate all the stresses of daily life, but we can make the efforts and intelligent lifestyle choices to prevent these stresses from wearing us down. There are many ways in which you can cultivate an optimal culture of health and wellness.

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Immune Support

We all pick up bugs from time to time, and when you get sick, your body is placed under intensive pressure. The immune system goes into overdrive, energy levels can drop, and an internal fight takes place to rid the body of whatever illness it is you have picked up.

Typically, most people recover from an illness within a couple of weeks. However, as the recent coronavirus pandemic has shown, the effects of a serious illness can last for months, and potentially even years.

There are several steps you can take to boost your immune system, which can help you become more resilient to illness and speed up recovery should you get ill.

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Healthy Skin

Most athletes spend a great deal of time outdoors by the very nature of their training routines. Whilst athletes will go to great lengths to optimise their health, wellness, and ultimately their performance… How many actively take care of their skin on a daily basis?

Training outdoors exposes our skin to many environmental factors that will all have an impact on our skin. From ultraviolet exposure, wind, rain, and extreme hot or cold conditions, through to exposure to air pollutants and our very own sweat… our skin is taking a battering everyday.

There are some very simple steps that we can take to protect ourselves from these factors and enjoy healthy skin.

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Every member of the U Perform team has been or still is involved in physical activity and high performance sport at some level, whether that is as an athlete, coach, or performance specialist. No matter your goal, you can be confident that with U Perform you are in good hands.