When it comes to getting in a workout, there really are no excuses to spend less than 25 minutes completing this circuit with zero gym membership needed. Go ahead and try it!
Whether you ran 26.2 miles yesterday in the New York City marathon, went to the gym this morning for a spin class, or took a nice brisk walk, it’s important to know that what and when you eat after a workout can have a huge effect on how you recover and how you feel the next time you hit the gym or the pavement. Learn how to refuel the right way.
This mighty juice has a zesty yet refreshing flavor and is packed with easy-to-find ingredients that you may already have on hand. I used this juice as a post-run nutrient-packed recovery juice this weekend. Although it’s getting chillier up here in the northeast, a good workout will still give you a good sweat and that means lost electrolytes, but this juice replenishes you!
Juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables make for a great way to replenish electrolytes after a sweaty workout as they are naturally rich in potassium and some sodium. This juice is made primarily from potassium-rich red and orange produce, tomatoes, carrots and clementines along with celery that naturally contains sodium. Enjoy this juice pre- or post-workout to enhance your sweat session!
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