Did you know that there are many varieties of cherries and that some, actually most of the ones you may be consuming, could be pro-inflammatory not anti-inflammatory? Yes indeed! So how do you know which ones are in your juice or post workout cherry shake? You are right. You probably don’t know
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Regardless if your goal is to be stronger, faster or leaner, you know that consistent training and effective recovery are inevitable to achieve any of these results. As a proponent of a healthy lifestyle, you know that sugar is your worst enemy, and it definitely doesn’t contribute to your athletic recovery. So the question is, why, would you consume something high in sugar, like Chocolate Milk post workout?
In our first blog, we described why at Rec?va, we believe nitric oxide is essential for your athletic recovery. Today we would like to address the fundamentals of what nitrates really are, do you need them in your diet, and what food contains higher levels of nitrates so you can clearly see that Rec?va products combine the best sources of nitrates so you can maximize your athletic recovery. So lets get right into it, shall we?
We know that we posses strong survival instinct to be able to respond to any life-threatening situations. Athletes especially are equipped with so called thick skin when it comes to that. Nonetheless, when they stay under that “stress mode” without taking any break for months or even years, their body starts to deteriorate.
As a performance coach, I care about athlete’s recovery as much as I care about their performance. My motto is, “An under-recover athlete is an injured athlete”. That is why I always search for the most effective, and safe modalities that can assist them to bounce back from strenuous practices and workouts.