Tips for recovery after training
Ease muscle cramps with Magnesium
It’s fantastic to be getting back into your fitness regime but you may have some issues with recovery after training, muscle cramps, or injury? Let’s start with muscle cramps, magnesium is my first choice to try. You can take it, or use BetterYou magnesium spray which you massage into the skin before or after training. Or, add magnesium flakes to your bath after training. Whatever you choose, magnesium can help to relax muscles to relieve the pain and soreness.
Montmorency Cherries to improve recovery time
For recovery after intense or repetitive training try Lifeplan Montmorency Cherry Juice capsules. It has compounds with natural anti-inflammatory properties. It may help with faster recovery and reduces sore muscles after hard exercise, and may enable more frequent training sessions leading to improvements in performance.
Oil your joints with Omega 3 essential fatty acids
Essential fatty acids found in Omega oils like Eskimo 3 support the heart, brain, and vision. Without these fatty acids cells can’t function, renew, or maintain themselves properly. Omega-3s also play an important role in reducing inflammation throughout the body — in the blood vessels, the joints, and elsewhere. By reducing inflammation, you can shorten your recovery time by reducing soreness and joint stiffness after a workout.
Don't forget about muscle repair
To aid muscle repair and growth and speed consider Glutamine. This is an amino acid which may support recovery time, your digestive system, and supports your immune system too. It’s a popular choice for muscle repair with these all-round benefits.
Electrolytes are lost through sweating
Electrolytes are important, you can lose a lot if your exercise promotes sweating. Supplements like Viridian Electrolyte mix are a great choice, you simply add some drops to water and sip to replenish electrolytes. Coconut water can also help.
Support your performance with an iron boost
Iron is lost through exercise, and is an important nutrient used by the body’s muscles to help produce energy and for oxygen transport around the body and muscles. Maintaining iron levels can support your performance especially runners, cyclists, and rowers. A boost of Floradix Liquid Iron might be a good option for you to help support energy levels.
Reduce pain and stiffness with Flexofytol
Flexofytol (Turmeric Extract)For sporting injuries such as joint sprains and strains have a tube of A.Vogel Atrogel on hand to relieve discomfort. Try Flexofytol an extract of turmeric for pain, stiffness, or inflammation that persists after training. These are just some tips to help you improve your recovery time after training.