Fitness has become an obsession for many and has taken over pop culture. This has led to more people than ever participating in recreational sports leagues, interval training clubs, and even pushing to achieve major fitness goals like marathons.
Gone are the days when only elite athletes signed to lucrative contracts worried about things like peak performance and accelerated recovery. Even the casual runner finds themselves looking for help getting soreness and fatigue under control.
A strong fitness routine must include a recovery plan. If muscles are not allowed to regenerate, heal, and rest, problems like injury will quickly appear. Proper recovery also leads to muscle growth and strength building, which most active people are looking for.
Many see recovery as a simple blend of three things:
As Brian Graham, Certified Peptide Specialist at Boulder Longevity Institute puts it, we should not “settle for” these three things alone in this day and age. Peptide therapies make it possible to take recovery to the next level.
Peptides enhance the normal process of tissue repair, speeding the sequence of events that must take place for full recovery.
The correct peptides for faster recovery can increase blood flow to your muscles, encouraging the healing process to quickly begin. Additionally, it is now possible to direct vital proteins and cellular structures to the site of damaged tissue. This promotes a faster repair.
Peptides can also enhance the basic recovery processes by encouraging better sleep quality and reducing general soreness after workouts.
Expedited recovery means a quick return to the gym, field, or track. Peptides can help speed the process, putting the “rest while you wait to feel better” tactic to shame.
There is a myriad of peptides that can aid in the process of recovery. Here are a few that you might hear often:
It Is Time to Move into the Now
If you take training seriously or simply hate the extreme soreness after strenuous activity, it is time to consider more than just a rest day. Stop settling for old school strategies when there are far more beneficial options available.
It is time to take your post workout as seriously as your gym time. Contact the Boulder Longevity Institute to discuss therapies that could allow you to move past antiquated recovery techniques and into the now.