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Spring is here and with it comes spring training. If the season change has put a spring in your step and a bounce in your gait, you’d better take some precautions so your spring forward doesn't become a major fitness setback.


Stretching is a good way to limber up

 

Limbering Up

Any time you start a new fitness regimen, you’re bound to feel a bit stiff and achy. What you don’t want to feel is pain – especially in the soft tissue that supports your joints. All too often, a new exercise routine will cause inflammation in the joints and, if the athlete presses on, can in turn cause muscle strain or joint problems. One of the most effective ways to keep those joints limber is with Maori Miracle. This natural supplement taps into the healing power of green-lipped mussels found in New Zealand.  The aboriginal people of New Zealand ate these shellfish and had very few problems with joint inflammation. So, scientists decided test the properties out and discovered the healing power could be translated in a supplement. They added white willow bark for further inflammation support and Maori Miracle was born. Maori Miracle is often used by patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis, but is equally effective for people who will be making new demands on their joints during their spring (or any season) training.

 

Recovery is the key to getting fitIt’s all about the Recovery

It might seem strange to talk about the recovery before talking about performance, but how your body repairs itself will be the true test in whether you'll be successful in your training. Muscle stiffness and some swelling should be expected when you start working out harder.  To relieve those muscle aches, stay natural with Traumeel creams and gels.  This natural product not only helps with aches and pains post workout, it also improves blood circulation to the area to ensure that inflammation is minimal in both muscles and soft tissue. Spread Traumeel over the area that you've worked on that day before it has a chance to become inflamed.

 

Thermoflow knee band can keep injuries at bayPrecaution and Performance

Another great way to avoid the pain of training is to ensure that the muscles and soft tissue are being supported throughout the workout. Thermoflow bands (like the elbow band, knee band, wrist band, and ankle band) not only provide minor compression support, they are also embedded with microscopic ceramic particles that reflect the body’s far infra-red rays back into the system.  Far infra-red assists circulation – making sure that the blood is flowing to areas that may become swollen or strained. The same far infra-red technology can be found in Thermoflow garments for a more general circulation assistance. To really pinpoint the treatment, the Nanopatch can be applied to the specific area where stiffness or pain develops after the workout.

 

Getting to the finish line requires energySticking with It

The optimism of spring often puts ambitious fitness goals in our heads which can easily be dashed when life gets in the way.  Find the energy you need to keep going with Perfect Energy. This whole-food, herbal multi-vitamin supports your nutritional needs and enhances energy. It includes powerful vitality herbs like organic maca, ginseng and rhodiola – stimulants procured from cultures around the world – to work on a cellular level to boost energy and keep you feeling positive about the workout ahead.

 

D-Ribose is another fantastic supplement for ramping up the creation of energy molecules in the body.  How this supplement helps training is by enhancing the metabolic system (which faces strain when exercise is increased), improving the body’s ability to recover by fuelling muscles tissue and supporting heart tissue and function which is dealing with new demands.

 

Spring sun can be strong and cause burns and dehydration - take precautionsDon’t Underestimate the Sun

The return of the sun is what got you out there, so don’t ignore it. As the days get warmer, there is an increased risk of dehydration.  Make sure you drink plenty of water during and after your workout. If you have exerted yourself a lot, you may have sweat out your electrolytes which will leave you feeling drained and may make you nauseas. Refuel with Hydralyte. Dissolve a packet into water for a top up of glucose and electrolytes.

 

It’s also important to prepare yourself for sun exposure. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the spring sun isn't strong enough to do damage. Apply sunscreen before you head out the door (don’t forget those areas that may be exposed if you remove a layer after warming up).  Be sure to select a sunscreen that isn't loaded with chemicals and toxins – you might be doing more harm than good. Think Baby Sunscreen may have been formulated for kids but its lack of parabens and other hormone disrupting chemicals makes it a good choice for adult skin too.

 

Congratulations on making the commitment to tackling a fitness goal this spring. Use these natural solutions and you'll be welcoming summer fit and trim.

 

 

Photo Credits via Flickr: Stretching - Elvert Barnes, Bike Race -  derekskey, Finish Line - Philo Nordlund, Spring Sunshine -  Edward Langley

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