Top Foods For Fast Muscle Recovery!

Top Foods For Fast Muscle Recovery!

Are you feeling tired after your intense workout session, or feel like you need something that can help your muscles repair faster? Here are five of the top foods for quick muscle recovery. The fifth one is something you may never have expected!

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  1. Water 

After a long workout in the gym, it is important to drink enough water to keep your body hydrated. A bodybuilder needs more than just eight glasses of water, because of the duration and intensity of their routines. Water is crucial for the muscles, bones, joints and organs and it also helps transport crucial vitamins and minerals throughout the body.

  1. Cherries and Blueberries

Foods that are rich in antioxidants will also help muscles recover quicker. Antioxidant rich foods help remove toxins from our body and have been shown to help athletes stay on top of their game. Tart cherry juice especially has helped gym rats recover faster from their intense workouts.

        3. Nuts and Almonds

After a grueling workout session in the gym, home or at a spin class, it is important to give your muscles a reward for a job well done. Protein and zinc, found in nuts and almonds, help muscles recover and the healthy fat is great for the entire body.

  1. Greek Yogurt

If you’re craving a dessert after cooling down after your workout gym session, grab a cup of Greek Yogurt. Greek Yogurt is full of protein and a perfect post workout snack for hungry muscles. You can even add cherries, blueberries and nuts to make it a well-rounded snack.

  1. Chocolate Milk

Who would have thought that as you work towards the betterment of your physique, you can also drink your favorite childhood beverage? Chocolate milk is surprisingly one of the top foods on the list for fast muscle recovery. Chocolate Milk is rich in calcium, protein, and zinc, as well as easily digestible carbs that go directly to your tired, hungry muscles.

Conclusion

Cooling down properly or stretching, is not enough to help you recover from an intense workout.  Try incorporating some of these foods to really help your performance. Share the link with your colleagues, and grab some gym buddies for a refreshing chocolate milk! If you have any other ideas related to fast muscle recovery, do not hesitate to comment below.

gregory-brown Gregory is the chief editor at ConstructMuscles.com. He spends half of his time on his blog and the other half as a physical fitness trainer. He believes in the great benefits of bodybuilding and fitness for the body. Stay Connected with him on Twitter.

 

 

 

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