Recovery after workout

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  1. J-Ace24

    J-Ace24 double down.

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    I haven't had a regular workout regimen for at least 2 years and recently signed up with 24 hr fitness. I have 4 free personal training sessions and used one the other day. Today I'm really sore and want to know what can I do to recover quicker after a workout? I feel like I will not be able to do as well next session (tomorrow).
     
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    contrast showers, massage, epsom salt bath, rest
     
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    Ghost of Swayze Ofcourse you mad

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    what does everyone else use to eat post workout?
     
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    xela So say we all!

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    And I don't know how it works when lifting, but when I'm really sore and go to work out the next day my body warms up after a couple minutes and I don't feel sore anymore. Hasn't ever affected me badly...
     
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    30 grams waxy maize, 20grams bcaa's, 2 grams glutamine
     
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