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N16351D Posts: 2,349
10/9/12 5:01 A

walking, swimming, yoga, and stretching
Works every time for me!

KJONESANTH SparkPoints: (2,740)
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10/8/12 12:34 P

water aerobics or swimming :-)

IMELECTRIC SparkPoints: (13,797)
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10/8/12 11:47 A

I walk or stretch the muscles out with yoga. Works for me.

MPLANE37 SparkPoints: (65,234)
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10/8/12 8:48 A

Casual walking.

EMILYDOODLE Posts: 1,678
10/8/12 1:02 A

yoga or pilates

SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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10/8/12 12:02 A

Hi CDNEXPAT,

Both are great activities, but if I had to choose I would select walking as this will help increase blood flow to the working muscles which aids in muscle repair and recovery. Yoga is good for flexibility, but stretching does not necessarily speed up the recovery process.

Coach Nancy

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10/7/12 11:41 P

Im a bit sore from a previous workout (weights), but still want to do something.

My plan is for a nice leasurly walk. What are your favourite thigns to do?

-Walking?
-Yoga?

Other suggestions?

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