I'm having restless nights, because I excercise sooooo hard and the next day I can't move! ** what can I do to prevent the sore? People say its the most satisfying feeling, but not for me ?
Take a post workout shake within 30 to 60 minutes of working out and stretch pre and post workout for about 5-10 minutes use roller or get a massage all of these things help good luck working out :)
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How long have you been consistently working out for? You start to get use to the soreness and are able to deal with it a little better the more consistent you are. But supplement wise I take glutamine pills. A post workout drink called recon by muscle pharm. It has bcaas and other stuff to help with recovery I highly recommend it. Also make sure you are eating or drinking enough protein that's going to help the most. If you weight 130 lbs eat 130 grams of protein a day but spread it out in 30 grams of protein per meal so your body can fully absorb all of it. One last tip sleep you have to get 8 hours of sleep that is when your body is going to really repair your muscle fibers. Hope this helps.
After i work out at the gym i use the sauna and steam room with cold showers in between. Really helps me! And proteins shakes after workout.
Eat an orange before working out. Not only will it keep you hydrated it'll also keep your muscles from aching so much the next day.
I complete a dynamic warmup that increases my heart rate and that mimics the movements I will use in my workout. For example, body weight squats before I do barbell squats. I keep my workouts to no longer than 60 minutes and perform static stretches as needed after my workout. I also use a foam roller and lacrosse ball before and sometimes after I workout and on off days perform light mobility drills, more rolling, and/or do some yoga, Pilates or just go for a long walk, get some air, play a recreational sport, etc.
while I believe in working hard during a workout I don't believe in the no pain no gain mentality. I believe in gradually increasing loads, reps, decreasing rest time, etc. and always leaving your exercise set knowing you have 1 or 2 more reps left in you. Over time, your body will adapt and you'll be able to increase your weights, reps, sets, etc.
get plenty of ready, eat whole nutritious and minimally processed foods (lwith no more than 3 stages of processing) drink water, eliminate sugars and heavily processed foods and don't eat it if you can't pronounce it/don't know what it is.
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