Lean Body Coaching
Newsletter | Issue #106 | April 20th
Our focus in today's Lean Body Coaching
Newsletter, is the causes and
prevention of joint pain.
individuals who participate in bodybuilding, or
sports in general, tend to suffer some degree of
joint discomfort at some point in their lives.
The good news is, joint
pain need not be inevitable. By employing
the strategies outlined by best selling
author Hugo Rivera, you can significantly minimize your chances
examines the primary causes of joint issues, and
shares four simple yet effective strategies you
can use immediately to keep your joints safe
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Today's Recipe : Sausage Stuffed
Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms
mushrooms, love sausage? If you answered
yes, to both, you're in luck. The mushrooms in
this recipe are delicious and I've made chicken
taste like sausage. You get the taste of sausage,
without the fat and a significantly increased
fact, one batch of this recipe contains
just 325 Calories; 10g Fat;
12g Carbohydrates and a whopping 46g
Not only does it taste
great, but it's incredibly healthy.. Mushrooms
contain a unique antioxidant L-ergothioneine which
has shown promise of decreasing tumor size and
reducing blood pressure.
Hello Ruth, I'm sorry to hear about your
accident, it's great news you're on the road to
recovery, and able to workout again.
You didn't mention if your
doctor had any caveats regarding specific
exercises. Due to that, I'm going to provide some
back strengthening exercises with the proviso, you
must confirm they are acceptable with your
exercises are resistance free, deliberately so.
They will serve to strengthen, without putting
undue duress on the muscles.
Extension - slow and
Superman - lie on the floor face
down, arms in front of you and legs straight, at
the same time, with an exhale, you lift both
your arms and your legs off the floor and hold
for a second and lower.
Stance Superman- open your legs and
your arms wide and repeat the same
Stretch gently and
carefully after your workout, and between
a power lifter, you're obviously aware of the more
traditional exercises available to you. I would
include in these, the dead lift, lat pull downs/
chins and low rows etc. Completed with light
weights and perfect form, all are viable exercises
for strengthening your back.However, again, with
the proviso you check with your doctor.
You should also pay
attention to your abdominals and core in general.
Ensuring a strong abdominal wall will help to
protect your back during day to day movement and
in the gym.
you're finding you're consistently sore, I would
advise scaling down the training. You mentioned
your diet is in check, and you've purchased our Fat Loss and Toning Stack, which
will help all help you reduce excess stress from
suggest you consider, taking Sorenzyme. It has a profound
effect on muscle soreness, and receives
exceptionally solid and consistent feedback. You
may also want to check out Elastijoint to assist joint
recovery after your workouts and maintain strong
you for writing in. We wish you a safe and very
quick return to strength and health.
next time, stay healthy and
lean, live lean!
for a Lean Body,
& CEO Of Labrada
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