Why Do We Get Sore Muscles Before and After Excercise?

Posted: October 24, 2011 in muscle recovery, muscle soreness, sujon, Sujon sport powder
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The 2011 Netherlands National Triathlon Elite team became the first national sports team in the world to use a natural Blackcurrant powder as part of their training programme. The powder is Sujon Sport Powder, which assists recovery from physiological stress after training.

Muscles go through a lot of physical stress when we exercise. Small microscopic tears occur in our muscles; the more you exert yourself the more microscopic tears you create, and the more soreness you feel later. Lactic acid can also build up during strenuous exercise from depletion of available oxygen in the blood, causing delay in natural muscle repair. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) occurs between 24 and 48 hours after activity and soreness can last up to a week.

How Does Taking Sujon Sport Powder Help Reduce This Soreness?
We believe by taking Sujon Blackcurrant Powder before and immediately after exercise, oxygen levels increase in your blood by up to 40% and your capillaries supplying the muscles open up to promote increased blood flow around the damaged muscle fibres which combined with reduced lactic acid build-up allows the muscle repair process to start straight away.

Read our article on How Sujon Sports Powder can help with Muscle Recovery.

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