Good hydration is essential for active adults because water helps optimize performance. It is essential for lubricating joints, regulating body temperature, transporting nutrients and removing metabolic byproducts, among other things.
After training hard, it’s not uncommon for muscles to become stiff and sore sometimes hours or even days later. This is called DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) and is a result of micro tears in the muscle tissue as a result of training.
Anyone who has spent time inside a gym is probably familiar with “that guy” who looks jacked, but has trouble moving athletically! We need to start thinking about fitness differently. Long-term wellness isn’t just about looking good, it’s about moving well – gracefully and efficiently.
Watch this simple push ups workout.
Study after study during my research has confirmed this conclusion: excess cortisol leads to excess fat.
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