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What makes you think having sore muscles after a hard training session is healthy for you.

May 2, 2016

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What makes you think having sore muscles after a hard training session is healthy for you.

First of all it is not, you are sore because you have damage the muscle fibers and you are now very acidic witch is causing more damage to your muscle and your over all health.
When you have some type of pain that is a mechanism to tell you there is something wrong.

Why is it that athletes who trained hard every day and are drinking electrolyzed reduced water are able to go back the next day and train just as hard with out being sore?

Because they understand how important it is to recovery the ATP energy system with water that has the most powerful antioxidant in existence. Your body produces large amounts of metabolic toxins after a hard training session; this affects the ATP energy system you have to have a way to neutralize those dangerous free radicals (hydroxyl radicals) before they do damage to the muscles. Those so called recovery drinks you buy at such a high price at health food stores or on line will not work, they are missing some of the must important properties you need to recover the ATP energy system before the damage has been done to your muscles.

You need active hydrogen (H2) (antioxidants) to be able to neutralize the free radicals, you need 02 (oxygen) and you need 0H- IONS that have bonded ionic minerals for it to be alkalized. When you take your tap water through a medical device (KW), the water goes through an electrolysis process that will change the structure of the water (H20), you will get active hydrogen, 02 oxygen and OH- (alkalized).

Your recovery supplements are adding free radicals to your body it will not do what you think, you have to have live antioxidants like active hydrogen, what is cool is one active hydrogen will take two hydroxyl radicals and turn them into water how cool is that.

If you want to lose weight and add muscle be sure your wellness coach fully understand how important recovery is for your ATP energy system.

In 1931 Dr. Otto Warburg received a Noble Prize on the discovery that the lack of oxygen to a cell will damage the ATP system production causing damage to cells that in turns causes the cell to be acidic, cancer starts in a acidic environment.

Why so many professional teams and professional athletes are now realizing the important of drinking active hydrogen H2 alkalized water (electrolyzed reduced water)

Competitive, elite athletes and sports trainers know that subtle changes in pH can have profound effects on overall health, feeling of wellness, level of fatigue, pain, weight, ability to train and athletic performance. Muscles work best in a narrow range of pH. At rest, muscle pH is about 6.6, while arterial blood is about 7.4. When we exercise, the increased use of muscle glycogen for energy produces lactic acid, and CO2, which decreases muscle pH.

The harder you exercise, the quicker your muscles become acidic which lead to fatigue, this is very important for you athletes to understand, most athletic trainers do not know this. When you are training hard your body will be producing free radicals ( toxic waste) if you do not have a pool of alkaline buffers or antioxidants stored up to neutralize the build up of free radicals you will then produce one of the most dangerous free radicals in the body called an hydroxyl free radical.

Scientific case study showing how dangerous hydroxyl radical is for the body.
http://www.mizukagaku.com/Nature_070508.pdf

Effectiveness of oral and topical hydrogen for sports-related soft tissue injuries

What you need to understand there is only one antioxidant that has the ability to neutralize the hydroxyl radical, molecular hydrogen H2 molecules are the smallest molecule in existence. The simplest way to get hydrogen H2 is by drinking Electrolyzed reduced water (KW).

Accumulation of acid also limits production of ATP (Dr. Otto Warburg), the energy molecule, and disrupts enzyme activity that produces energy. When you are hydrated with active hydrogen alkalized water (KW) you are helping the recovery of your ATP energy system, every good trainer knows how important this is for recovery after each set of exercise.

For example, the enzyme phosphofructokinase is the rate-limiting step in muscle use of glycogen. When muscle pH falls below 6.5 it stops working altogether. Acidity also reduces muscles power directly by inhibiting the contractile action of muscle fibers.

The pH of your body determines much of what goes on inside the cell and in the extra cellular fluid known as the lymphatic system; all professional athletes need to understand how important the lymphatic system is to their performance. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is caused by the shift in pH levels within and outside the cell. When lactic builds up so much that the pH of the cell shifts, the electrical transmissions slow down and you do not get the same kind of connection. Many athletes experience this as “hitting the wall” or as a drop in peak performance.

Given the kind of training loads, you need to perform to achieve your goal-whether you are a weekend athlete, amateur athlete or a professional athlete- recovery time is very important. Some athletes resort to using anabolic steroids or drugs to improve their recovery so they can train harder, more frequently and get better results the issue with this is you will develop serious side affects. Electrolyzed reduced water (KW) allows you to do the same thing-naturally!

Take it from Shan Stratton one of the top nutritious for the professional teams.

Shan Stratton presentation Athletes

http://vimeo.com/71632899

Football coach test hydrogen H2 alkalized water Kangen water

Football Coach Test Kangen Water on his Athletes – See the amazing results!

Electrolyzed reduced water is free to try

Free information http://www.drinknatureswater.com
http://www.drinknatureswater@gmail.com

Bill & Emily Mabry

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