This short version is aimed at all athletes who want to treat themselves with care and attention!
As far as we know, there is no physical wear and tear!
Rather, it's lacking regeneration processes that result from a lack of supply of individual nutrients (normal working people are not exempt from this!)
It is unfortunately not well known that you can supply the body with an excess of bases before exercise in order to push the limit of overacidification significantly backwards !
These vital substances help you to create an excess of bases:
- Sodium Bicarbonate, Magnesium Citrate, Potassium Citrate, Zinc Citrate
- You can find these minerals combined in one of our products: Multi-Mineral (click here!)
A clever fox is the one who fills his body with such a formula before exertion!
2-4 hrs. before the requirement one should start with it! For larger requirements, it is recommended to start before going to bed the day before!
In order to deprive the body less of its resources, or to protect it, it is necessary, during the demand, to supply all the essential minerals that ensure perfect muscle work, including a quality carbohydrate!
- You will find these vital substances combined in one of our products: Vital Combi (click here!)
Regeneration processes are also running during the request!
In order to make regeneration easier for our beloved body, it makes sense to offer it the essential amino acids (MAP Amino) in the right proportions so that unnecessary digestive work is not required and that too strongest cell toxin "ammonia", which occurs with any animal protein supplier is exposed!
Some of the essential amino acids are very basic. It would be a sheer waste of the amino acids if they were used to buffer the hyperacidity "muscle soreness lactic acid"! The Multi-Mineral would prevent that again!
Rub the body with DMSO magnesium before and after!
Also boosts performance and dramatically reduces regeneration!
The sulphur, which the DMSO supplies, is of elementary importance for cartilage formation!
The above is just the basics, which unfortunately even very few trainers have as basic knowledge!