Optimal Recovery After Exercise: Nutrient Timing
Research provides deeper understanding of how ingesting the right nutrients at the right time can support an active lifestyle.When it comes to exercise program design, educated fitness professionals know that rest, recovery and regeneration are just as important as training intensity and consistency. Clients get better results and reach their goals more quickly when they learn how to take care of their bodies in a smart, sound manner. Nutrition is also a key component of a complete wellness program. Nutrient timing in particular has been the subject of much discussion and research, especially over the past decade.
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