We’ve all hit the gym, given it our all, and then been almost completely bed-bound the next day. It’s tough to remain motivated enduring aches and pains, without an already iron will. I’ve started the gym countless times, and I always end up quitting after a week or so.
I know what my problem is, I push myself too hard and my body aches for days afterwards. After doing some research though, I figured how to reduce those aches and pains as much as possible. Here are my Top Tips to Speed up Recovery after a Workout.
Drinking plenty of water helps to keep both your brain and muscles operating at peak efficiency. The majority of people are dehydrated and don’t even know it. I used to be one of them, only drinking when I’m thirsty and that’s it.
Drinking water only when you’re thirsty is like waiting for your phone battery to completely run out before you charge it. You simply shouldn’t do it. Instead, it’s best to have a bottle of water with you throughout the day and...
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