While research has proven that exercise will help stimulate the body to produce new collagen and higher levels of the repair and rebuild proteoglycans we are still battling the age factor and RegeniCare is now available to help us win that battle. If you are planning to stay active and enjoy life, verses watching it go by, RegeniCare is a must have in your quest for healthy living. For most of us a single packet daily would be sufficient to help maintain our connective tissues at an optimal level of repair and rebuild. If you are suffering from some kind of an injury, have had a long battle with some connective tissue, or just aren't seeing the results you expected there is nothing wrong with taking a packet of RegeniCare first thing in the morning and then again at night before bed. If possible it is best to take it on an empty stomach so that the RegeniCare is not competing with other nutrients for absorption, but the import part is to just get it into your system. Additionally for some nagging problems I have known a number of people that were taking the product for 6 to 8 weeks before noticing a significant difference. At the other end of the scale there are those that have experienced relief in a matter of hours, but the important thing to remember is that each of our bodies is unique and as such our results will vary. The one thing that you can, and should, count on is that this is the product to get you the relief that you have been looking for. Weather it is your knees, your back, your neck, your shoulder or any other area of your body that requires the functioning of connective tissue, RegeniCare can help. This is one product that I would put in the category of food and water. Basically I plan to stay active well into my aging years and RegeniCare will help me to ensure that I do so.
Eat entire foods. You'll accomplish a lower body fat, so the muscles you've built show much better. And the vitamin and mineral content assists recovery. Quit consuming food coming from a box. Eat whole foods 90% of the time.
After you've finished working out, it's important to stretch. Working out puts extra pressure on your muscles because you use them in ways you may not be used to. After working out, your muscles are warm and loose; when they cool down they may suddenly contract and tear. This causes you to feel sore. If you stretch after working out, it loosens the muscles further. This makes it less likely that you will injure your muscles and feel sore following a workout.Going to the gym sometimes motivates people to exercise, but it isn't really necessary.