Questions — recovery

When should I take my protein shake ↠

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Nutrient Timing – Protein Shake A pretty common topic dealt with in research has to do with discovering how providing protein and carbohydrate during resistance exercise may rework muscle protein equilibrium, recovery of muscle damage, anabolic hormone fluctuations in the blood, and modulation of performance or strength. For many years, pre-exercise supplementation centred on transporting ...READ MORE

Best Supplements for Body Joint Support ↠

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  Every movement we take and every load we hold in exercise is achieved with the aid of at least one joint. Joints (articulations) consist of several different types. From nigh on immovable links between the flat bones of the skull to the madly handy joint of the humerus and scapula (the shoulder joint) and ...READ MORE

What to do about Shin Splints ↠

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Shin splints, otherwise known as medial tibial stress syndrome, come about during physical activity and result from considerable force being retained on your shinbone and connective tissue that fasten your muscles to bone. The resulting effect is soreness along or just behind the shinbone (i.e., the tibia). It is a pretty common malady in runners, ...READ MORE

Nike Fuelband Benefits ↠

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  Nike’s most recent personal fitness creation, the Nike FuelBand, functions as a standard pedometer but uses innovative tactics such as awarding badges to lure the more sedentary individuals into a more active lifestyle. Moreover, it measures physical activity with what is called the Nike Fuel virtual metric. Essentially, this is Nike’s own system of ...READ MORE

Why does a Muscle Spasm ? ↠

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Muscle Spasms – Why do they happen ? Muscle spasms, which can upset any part of the body, are an uncontrolled contraction in the muscle tissue. Subject to the muscle’s dimensions and location, it might be piercingly excruciating or nearly unnoticeable. In principle, a cramp is a type of muscle spasm that is transitory and ...READ MORE