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Rejuvenate Yourself After a Workout

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I often have muscle or joint pain that night or the next day. The 
pain rarely stops me from exercising; however, it does limit what 
type of exercises I do during my next workout.

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Rejuvenate Yourself After a Workout
Copyright © 2006 Kathy Castillo, All Rights Reserved
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I enjoy working out. I have a home gym and work out 1-2 times per 
day for 30-60 minutes each time. I walk on the treadmill, lift 
weights, ride my bike and use videos to do various types of 
aerobic exercises. I especially enjoy doing the Tae Bo workout. 
I really work hard each time I workout, and sometimes, I work 
myself so hard that I am physically exhausted afterward.

I often have muscle or joint pain that night or the next day. The 
pain rarely stops me from exercising; however, it does limit what 
type of exercises I do during my next workout. But every once in 
awhile, the pain will be so intense that I have to skip a workout 
or two; on occasion, I’ve even gone to see my family doctor for 
the pain.

To avoid that kind of intense pain, I go through several 
different cool down techniques after my workout. I used to drink 
a lot of water and do breathing exercises to slowly relax my body 
(in through the nose and out through the mouth).  I sometimes 
stretched a few minutes, or I took a long, hot shower or bath 
(while stretching in the warm water). Other times, I would have 
a sports drink or 100% pure juice and a body massage. While they 
were great, the massages were expensive and I couldn’t afford 
them much more than once a week.

However; despite the fact that I took the time to cool down and 
took the ibuprofen as my doctor also recommended, I still 
suffered from a lot of stiffness and joint pain. When joint and 
muscle pain flared, I used to put sports rubs on them to try to 
alleviate the pain—and I took a lot of over-the-counter 
medicines, as my doctor had suggested. I tried heating pads and 
herbal treatments.

However, I soon began to wonder about the effects of these 
medications and rubs on my body. I put so much into working 
out every day, and in the end, my body was suffering from side 
effects of these over-the-counter medications and rubs simply so 
I could eliminate the pain caused by the workout. It seemed like 
vicious cycle, but I couldn’t see a way out of it. After a while, 
my body developed immunity to these treatments. I was frustrated 
by the situation, but I did not want to give up on being fit. I 
began to look for alternatives.

One day, I found a product at Amazon called Phosoplex(tm). 
Phosoplex(tm) is a supplement that rejuvenates the body, and 
eases the aches and pains associated with muscle pain and the 
deliberating affects of osteoarthritis.

I started taking this product before I began my workout, and in 
as little as 2 weeks, I noticed that I was not feeling as much 
muscle and joint pain after my workouts. I actually thought that 
my workout was once again benefiting me instead of hurting me. 
Because Phosoplex(tm) reduced my pain, I was able to increase my 
workouts and today I am feeling better than ever. Exercising is 
one of my favorite things to do, and now I can exercise as little 
or as much as I want without the threat of muscle or joint pain.

Phosoplex(tm) can also be found at . 
Anyone who suffers from joint or muscle pain after a workout—from 
daily walkers to professional athletes—should take a look at 
Phosoplex(tm). It is best to use Phosoplex(tm) in combination 
with your warm-down routine. You should always stretch your 
muscles slowly after a work-out and drink plenty of fluids to 
help replenish the nutrients that your body lost while sweating 
during the workout. 

Kathy Castillo is a health and fitness enthusiast and 
advocate. She 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: 
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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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