The fact that rest must be taken is inevitable but you can resort to the following foods to bounce back faster.
The study has found that consuming omega 3 supplements can help prevent muscle loss when one is recovering from an injury and unable to work out and may even boost muscle recovery.
A little bit of muscle soreness can be taken as a positive thing; after all, to reach this new level of strength you have worked hard and sweat it out day after day
The researchers have observed that neither whey-protein based shakes nor milk-based formulas enhanced the rate of muscle recovery following resistance training when compared to a carbohydrate only drink.
High-intensity interval training, requires only a few minutes of (really) hard work to cover all the major muscle groups. HIIT, as it's called, alternates short periods of all-out activity with even briefer breaks. Typically 20 ...
Ideally, post-workout nutrition must involve foods than help your muscles recover from the strenuous exercise. Peanut butter smoothie is a meal in itself and has perfect mix of carbs, proteins and fats.
Take a guess at what's emerged as a popular recovery drink for swimmers. Not your typical sports drink or a calorie-free beverage. Instead, it's chocolate milk.Joel Stager from Indiana University explained "Chocolate milk is an ...
Research suggests that there are some foods with anti-cancer properties which contain certain nutrients that help block tumours and prevent progression of cancer. Previous studies have shown that foods like walnuts, tea, mushrooms and others ...
Ryes comeback is nothing new. The whiskey, which is by legal definition distilled from a minimum of 51 percent rye, has been on the road to recovery for nearly a decade.
People with sleep disorders like insomnia and sleep apnea are more likely to have a stroke or recovery problems after having one than those who get sound sleep, says a study.