In order to properly recover from intense workouts need to start to deal with all the destructive processes caused in the body loads.
1. Glycogen in the muscles.
In the course of intense workouts will Deplete the supply of carbohydrates (glycogen in the muscles). The body is designed so that in the first place, he would strive at any cost to restore this strategic reserve. If after training him not to help, the body will make up for it at the expense of
your muscles including.
After training opens a so-called “carbohydrate window” at this point, the body metabolizes carbohydrates is best. The task of the athlete to give him the carbs as soon as possible. You have about 30-40 minutes after a workout, it is best to do this immediately upon its completion. Continue reading
One of the most important actions which you should carry out after training to allow your muscles and body to recover. Good recovery after your workouts is the key to successful consolidation, growth and regeneration of muscles.
When you are performing a specific exercise, your body responds to unusual load and responsive to the process of “fatigue” the muscle fibres are formed microtrauma. It stimulates recovery after exercise and causes muscle growth
(the size of muscle fibers increase – “hypertrophy”). Overtraining and not proper muscle recovery after a workout can be a huge obstacle in the process of building muscle, burning fat or other fitness and bodybuilding goals.
The process when you feel pain after exercise or the next day after a workout is called delayed muscle pain syndrome or COMB (see delayed onset muscle Soreness and muscle pain after a workout ). At this time you need to let the muscles recover. There are a number of actions that you can perform Continue reading