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Good afternoon everyone, I think I over exerted myself on a kettlebell workout during the weekend. I was too pump and did 2 workouts. Felt pain on my upper thigh, like a cramp. I massaged it , but anyone got any tips on how to recover faster 😅?
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Recovery is so important especially when you're moving your body with weight in ways it hasn't moved before. 1. SLEEP: Sleep is considered a performance-enhancing drug by a Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, Matthew Walker. Make sure you're getting at least 8 hours, (more=better), and make sure you stay in a deep sleep (REM) by sleeping in a completely dark room and not using any light technology right before bed. Also, no eating 2 hours before bed. Having long, deep sleep might be the best way your body recovers. 2. MOBILITY: Make sure you're stretching and putting your body and muscles through every movement in a full range of motion. Make sure they're with your body weight, they're slow, and the main goal is stretching the muscle. Sitting all day is the best way to have crippling muscle soreness. 3. DIET: Your diet has a huge impact on recovery. Make sure you're eating a lot of protein (cells are made out of proteins, and new cells repair damaged muscle tissue) and not eating high-inflammatory foods like processed wheat, corn, anything with seed oils, or anything high in added sugar. 4. TESTOSTERONE: The reason bodybuilders can work out hard for 3 hours a day 6 days a week is because they have supraphysiological levels of testosterone. Testosterone will greatly speed up your metabolism, repair damaged muscle tissues, and stimulate the development of bone and other connective tissues and neural tissue. Try your hardest to maximize your testosterone naturally by taking supplements like Tongkat-Ali Fadogia and Ashwagandha. Sleep as much as you can and eat as clean as you can. Even activities like watching porn can decrease your testosterone and hinder your recovery. Sorry for the long-winded response I just love stuff like this lol
I NEED help for personal motivation. Trying to lock down my workout days and time for consistency. I'm open to any advice/suggestions you may have. I also feel I have a gap in weight from my moderate to heavy bell. I have a 35lb KB and recently got 60 and 80lb bells on discount. I'm concerned about injury as I progress to not push myself too quick. Re-injury has been one of my setbacks over time, so attempting to move with more wisdom in my health progression.
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Hey Anthony, you won't have to worry about injury as long as you are doing the movements correctly. What injuries are you concerned about?
Been weightlifting for years, have barely touched kettlebells.
I'm Ryan, I'm from rural/suburban Illinois, the only kettlebell exercises I've ever done are KB Swings and Farmer's carry lol. I don't really know anything about the world of kettlebells and I think they're cool and interesting so this group caught my eye. I'm still level 1 so I can't access the classroom, so could anyone give me a basic rundown of the fundamental kettlebell movements?
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Ryan Venable
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I have been weightlifting for 9 years. I am a NASM-certified PT. I love running, weightlifting, physical and mental health, and philosophy.

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