Sore? 3 Best Ways to Recover



3 BEST WAYS TO HELP YOUR BODY RECOVER

1. HYDRATE

Your body is 70% water, so in order for everything to function properly, including your muscles, you need to be well hydrated. Lack of water can cause muscle cramping, extra stiffness, headaches, nausea as well as a whole host of other ailments if the dehydration is long term.

You should always hydrate prior to exercise for your body to be able to fully absorb the benefits, always think a day ahead- but if you just stay on top it, you’ll never be dehydrated!

2. FOAM ROLL & STRETCH

Foam rollers are like self-massage. They enable you to work out knots using your own body weight to apply pressure. Doing this before warming up and stretching allows you to get a deeper stretch throughout the muscle tissue. It can also help with spine and joint alignment by releasing the surrounding muscles. GET A FOAM ROLLER HERE!

3. EXERCISE!

Getting your blood flowing and your body moving can be the best thing for sore muscles. That doesn’t mean go hammer the same muscles, but doing different body parts or some cardio & core can make huge difference. Start slow and be sure to warm up really well. If you are hydrated and have foam rolled and stretched you’re well on your way to feeling much better!


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