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what are good foods to eat when your muscles are sore?

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Not much you are going to eat to get rid of sore muscles after the fact. The lactate acid is in there and needs to be pushed out. You can take 5-8g of glutamine after working out and will help in recovery.

I do what I call a "regen" workout after any intense exercise which consists of using a foam roller and a set of tennis balls to massage the body. You can get a better effect by getting some hot chick to give you a massage (Texas Massage Institute trains there graduates on real bodies and it costs about $25 for an hour)

http://www.coreperformance.com/workout.php?p=1&s=2&id=1

The above link is similiar to what I do but I also to upper body exercises as well.

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where can i buy this glutamine stuff at?

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thanks that helped alot. i think im going to hit up wal-mart after work

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Many lifters say that glutamine is not a proven supplement.

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Many lifters say that glutamine is not a proven supplement.

It's an amino acid used in the production of lean tissue, how can supplementing it not be a good thing? It's not gonna pack on 10lbs in a month or anything.

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aquatest ...... anything high in protein- chicken, tuna, protein shakes

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Many lifters say that glutamine is not a proven supplement.
Glutamine is called a "sometimes" essential amino acid. The "sometimes" comes from the fact your body can produce enough to take care of the needs and sometimes it cannot.

As far as proven...

Not really sure what the basis for lifters is as far as "not proven." In the endurance circles we consider it "proven" in aiding in recovery.

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Glutamine, Potassium (as part of your diet, not after the fact), hot bath/massage to help circulation
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Glutamine, Potassium (as part of your diet, not after the fact), hot bath/massage to help circulation
I'm starting to get addicted to the foam roller. I also use two tennis balls duct taped together for my back...place the tennis balls across the spine and roll up and down).

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hell yeah I love my foam roller. Liniments (the horse ones, not the watered down "human use" stuff) are great for warming up sore muscles too.
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i dont know why but after jumpin the gate at wor my legs and hands hurt...i had to because the locks were frosen i had to jump go in the office heat water in the coffe maker and then got them open...
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i dont know why but after jumpin the gate at wor my legs and hands hurt...i had to because the locks were frosen i had to jump go in the office heat water in the coffe maker and then got them open...

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there's something in pineapple that actually helps relieve soreness, fresh pineapple only. i eat it after each time i pitch and i can tell a difference when i dont.

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there's something in pineapple that actually helps relieve soreness, fresh pineapple only. i eat it after each time i pitch and i can tell a difference when i dont.
Potassium and vitamin c. Bananas have more per unit volume, fyi.
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Potassium and vitamin c. Bananas have more per unit volume, fyi.
its bromelain actually, from ripfast.com:



Bromelain

This pineapple enzyme promotes the healing of injured tissue and combats heart disease, arthritis, and other inflammatory symptoms.

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