Last week, hubby and I both pulled up sore in the legs from our new program and that’s a good thing as far as we’re concerned. Thankfully though we supplement with Musashi L-Glutamine which assists and speeds up our recovery time. We take:
★ 1tsp Upon Rising
★ 1tsp During Training
★ 1tsp Post Training
★ 1tsp Upon Retiring
Since following this routine neither of us have suffered doms like we have in the past.
On other training related news is that I recently bought “Optimal Shoulder Performance: From Rehabilitation to High Performance”. Considering I’ve now had two surgeries (1st & 2nd) on my left shoulder, pre-habilitation is a must for me and my shoulders health. It’s a four DVD series I’ve yet to sit down and watch but when I do I’ll be reporting back my thoughts on it.
Eric Cressey MA, CSCS & Michael Reinold PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CSCS is considered a leader in orthopedic and sports rehabilitation as a clinician, educator, and researcher, with specific emphasis on the shoulder and the treatment of overhead athletes. Between both their qualifications and knowledge this should make for an educational viewing. Here’s hoping I can learn more about the shoulders functionality and how to help prevent ending back on the surgeons table.
So what lengths do you go to to prevent an old injury from re-occurring again?