THE EDGE: RECOVERITE
THE KEY TO ULTIMATE RECOVERY
Recovering fully by consuming the proper nutrition between workouts is as important to your athletic performance as any training plan or piece of equipment.
When your body doesn't receive the nutritional support it needs after a workout, you miss the brief "window of opportunity" for storing greater amounts of muscle glycogen - your body's onboard, ready-to-use fuel. Your body also takes longer to recuperate. Muscle tissue doesn't heal and rebuild as quickly, so you feel sorer for longer periods. And because your immune system is suppressed, you're at greater risk for getting sick.
IDEALLY FORMULATED FOR RECOVERY
Recoverite is precisely formulated to give your body exactly what it needs after a workout or race: an ideal 3:1 ratio of complex carbohydrates and the highest quality whey protein isolate, along with generous amounts of the amino acid L-glutamine, the key nutrient L-carnosine, and a full spectrum of electrolytes. You can count on Recoverite to:
- Restore muscle glycogen
- Reduce post-exercise soreness
- Help build lean muscle tissue
The result is rapid and enhanced recovery, and maximum benefits from your workouts.
Train hard, Recoverite today, feel great tomorrow!
3 KEYS TO RECOVERY
Replenish, Resupply, Rehydrate
Replenish - As soon as possible after your workouts - ideally within the first 30 minutes - replenish your body with 30-60 grams of complex carbohydrates and 10-20 grams of whey protein isolate. This is the time when your body will be most receptive to replenishment.
Recoverite provides your body with exactly what it craves after a workout, allowing you to get the full value from every minute you've put into your training.
Resupply - After a tough workout or race your body is begging for vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Hammer Nutrition's arsenal of potent supplements will supply wide-ranging protection against the damaging effects of free radicals.
Rehydrate - In addition to what you consume during exercise, aim for 1/2 fluid ounces of liquid per pound of body weight per day, mainly from clean, pure water. After a hard training session, you could be a bit dehydrated, so take time now to get your hydration back on track.