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How to Rejuvenate After Your Workout

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Regular exercise will help protect you from chronic disease, 
improve your mood and decrease your chances of injury. The older 
you are, the more you have to gain from exercise. All it takes 
is 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week.

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The importance of a cool-down routine.

Regular exercise will help protect you from chronic disease, 
improve your mood and decrease your chances of injury. The older 
you are, the more you have to gain from exercise.

All it takes is 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week.

Everyone tries to exercise, but most people forget about their 
body once they have finished the exercise. If you are not careful 
about your post-workout routing, it will come back to haunt you.

After a workout, exercising for several minutes at a low speed 
helps blood to be redistributed throughout the body consistently 
and prevents the dizziness, sickness, and muscle cramps that 
sometimes occur after exercises.

In addition, you need to supply your body with water and 
carbohydrates after a workout. Carbohydrates help regenerate 
muscles, increase stamina, and prevent fatigue.  A few good 
examples of high quality carbohydrate foods are bread, rice, jam, 
fruit, vegetables, table sugar, potatoes, and sweets.

It's also important to cool down your muscles after exercising by 
stretching them. Stretching improves flexibility, lessens 
soreness, and improves circulation. Here are a few tips:

~ (1) Hold a static stretch for twenty to thirty seconds.

~ (2) Stretching positions should be repeated after the cool down 
period to enhance muscle strength and flexibility.

~ (3) Include some deep breathing exercise in your cool down 
routine to oxygenate your system.

~ (4) At the end of any strenuous physical activity, gently bring 
your breathing down to normal. Walking and easy indoor cycling 
are great follow-ups to a workout. Both of them allow you to 
hydrate yourself and also put on warm clothing.

These four tips will help you avoid mishap after a strenuous 
workout session. However, mishaps still occur and cause problems 
like muscle pain, or in older individuals, arthritis.

Osteoarthritis is the loss of the body's shock-absorbing ability. 
It is a degeneration that is part of the aging process. And when 
a person who has osteoarthritis exercises, there can be problems.

This can be a serious problem since regular exercise is 
recommended as a good way to fight a host of medical conditions 
associated with aging. But now there is hope for people suffering 
from osteoarthritis too.

There are products, such as Phosoplex(tm), available that help 
counter the effects of osteoarthritis. Phosoplex(tm) is able to 
Rejuvenate the body and combat the aches and pains associated 
with the deliberating affects of osteoarthritis.

It is also effective in countering the muscle pain that often 
accompanies workouts. Phosoplex(tm) is available at Amazon and at So enjoy your workout without worrying 
about the future. 

Kamau Austin is a health and fitness enthusiast and 
advocate. He writes on a regular basis on timeless 
health and fitness tips at the Fit After Forty Blog. 
See more useful health and fitness news and tips at...

This Article must be published with a disclaimer as such...
This article is for general information purposes only. Before 
under taking any exercise or treatment program always first 
check first with your doctor and health professionals.



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