Had a person write to me complaining about being sore after a workout.
They had no clue they could obliterate it.
First off, whenever you start exercising after a long period of rest- this usually happens. Also, if you’ve pushed it too hard, which is a no,no.
In either case, you never want to exhaust yourself to the max where your body seizes up the next day and you walk around robitic-like. What causes this pain is lactic acid build-up in the muscles.
The secret is to never be in that state in the first place. What if you could be pain free during and after a workout.
More on that in a bit but first some general knowledge on how your body uses fuel to move.
Bascially, your muscle cells use carbohydrates for energy. The byproduct created is lactic acid. The phrase lactic acid is CONSIDERED poison in some circles of the fitness and endurance world. What most don’t understand is lactate (a fancy word for lactic acid) can be used to send your energy to the moon, if you know how to use it.
When you combine lactate with oxygen this provides the body even more energy.
It’s the reashttp://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gifon why Lance Armstrong can destroy his competition because his body
takes it oxygen faster and processes it quicker allowing for less fatigued muscles and soreness.
You don’t have to be Lance to have Lance’s endurance, and you may have no desire to be him. You just want more energy. Fact is you can have more energy by leveraging the lactate to your advantage. This is done by practicing certain breathing techniques taught in Triple Your Endurance.
Blast-off levels of endurance will appear out of no where by doing so.
These days I’m amused when I hear people say, ‘I worked out yesterday and today, I’m sooooo sore.’
If they only knew the secret. I used to share what I know for free but now I put too much value on it. You can learn about my rhythmic breathing techniques that tap into this lactic acid new fuel residing in your body. Go here now…
Breathe in a rhythmic way while you do weights, body weight exercises, or
while you cardio yourself into the ground, whichever you choose, you will have less muscle fatigue during workouts and no soreness the next day.
You have my word on it.
Be a Stallion,