Ways  To Boost  Your Recovery  And Strength

Keeping your body & mind healthy doesn’t end with an hour-long workout.   Let me show you how you can improve your recovery and strength.

Importance of Recovery Work

Importance of Recovery Work

Proper self-care is a key factor in speeding up your recovery process, and as a consequence, ensuring your progress with your workouts and keeping your body pain-free.

Good to Know

Good to Know

During a workout, your body builds up metabolic waste such as lactic acid, which later on gives you that “wonderful” feeling of muscle soreness.

#1 Cooldown

#1 Cooldown

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A great way to flush that lactic acid out & reduce its aftereffects is to take 5-10 minutes after you’re done with your training and do some light cardio of your choice, which will slowly decrease your heart rate.

#1 Cooldown

#1 Cooldown

You can do it before & after a workout to break up “knots” in the soft tissue, improve flexibility, & boost blood circulation.

#2 Foam Rolling

#2 Foam Rolling

Isometric stretches help you calm down your nervous system & improve your mobility. Hold a stretching position for at least 15 to 30 sec & focus on finding the spot where the stretch feels uncomfortable but not yet painful to avoid any muscle strains.

#2 Stretching

#2 Stretching

Hydration is crucial to your overall health and even more so when it comes to working out. Replenish those electrolytes!

#3 Hydrate

#3 Hydrate

The cold helps to decrease inflammation after a workout, which in turn decreases the soreness and expedites the recovery and healing processes.

#4 Take a cool shower

#4 Take a cool shower

Just like the hydration tip: after it’s done with the sweaty fitness bout, your body is all starved for nutrients to help you restore and rebuild the distressed muscles.

#5 Fuel up

#5 Fuel up

Stick to a consistent intake of wholesome, diverse foods, rich in protein, unrefined carbs, and healthy fats.

#5 My suggestion

#5 My suggestion

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