Recovery should start immediately after you finish your workout.
Recovery is one of the most important parts of an athlete’s regimen, whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional athlete. We workout or train to get fitter, stronger and perhaps faster!
Eating well and exercising regularly is all part of staying healthy and feeling good. Cold and flu seasons as well as overtraining can knock us out of commission for days weakening our immune system; making it hard to get back on track. Read article
What is protein?
There are three types of nutrients that provide the energy athletes need to perform at their best: protein, carbs and fat. Today we will be talking about the power of protein: the main functional and structural building block of every cell in your body. Read article
Resolutions you can keep
Another exciting year for Recharge with Milk has reached the finish line, and we look forward to creating more ways to introduce chocolate milk as part of your post-workout routine in the coming year. The past 365 days have been filled with marathons, triathlons and fitness expos, and we’re proud to have helped thousands of Canadians achieve their fitness goals Read article
An intense workout can really take a toll on you physically and mentally. For best results, it’s important to train your body and your mind. With proper recovery, you can help make tomorrow’s workout better, today. Read article