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What to Do After a Workout

When Exercise is Over, the Work Isn't

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Nice to know that it seems like I’m doing everything that I should be - yay ME!!! Report
Great article Report
ROSSYFLOSSY
Great ideas! Thanks! Report
TOMATOCAFEGAL
some good tips. update though. thanks Report
I was hoping the article would address two more points. Does it matter if you shower hot or cold water post workout, or is a soak the best. What about rubs, oils, or balms for staving off soreness vs ibuprofen? Hope there's an update. Report
I was hoping the article would address two more points. Does it matter if you showe hot or cold water post workout, or is a soak the best. What about rubs, oils, or balms for staving off soreness vs ibuprofen? Hope there's an update. Report
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good to know Report
I'm NOT going to eat after a workout -- unless it's time for dinner anyway. (And I usually work out in the evening, AFTER dinner.) I'm trying to lose weight after all; what's the point of undoing all my hard work by putting the calories right back on again? If you're eating a nutritious, balanced diet, you shouldn't need to "refuel" or eat a special snack to "repair torn muscles." Report
I Love aND will start using these tips!!! THANK YOU! Report
Good article. I would have never thought after I finish running that I still need to do more cardio to cool down my muscles so good tip thank you Report
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