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Endurance and Recovery

It’s no surprise that recovery times and energy levels directly relate to the amount of food we consume. By shortening your recovery time and increasing your energy levels, your sports endurance will dramatically improve.

Your body must have sufficient energy stores before, during and after you train. Without this, you may find your workouts lethargic and see minimal improvements in your training goal.

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Complex carbohydrates such as maltodextrin release slowly into the body, providing long lasting energy. Energy and endurance supplements are a great way to fuel up pre-workout or to improve recovery after training. Pre-workout formulas such as Nitric Oxide Max Strength can be used to fuel training sessions by providing the body with caffeine, beta alanine, arginine, citruline and tyrosine.

Protein and Carbohydrates both have a major role to play in your recovery, endurance and energy levels. Carbohydrates are needed for your body’s fuel source, whereas protein helps your body recover by building and repairing muscle tissue. Meat is a fantastic source of food protein. Protein supplements such as whey proteins are also extremely useful in providing a fast convenient way to get the extra protein you need.

Both of these essential nutrients must be consumed within 1 hour of your workout in order to replenish your depleted glycogen stores and begin the repair process.

MuscleFood’s vast range of all-in-one formulas will provide your body with an array of essential nutrients your body craves after training.

Dehydration will have a large negative impact on your training, so make sure you stay well hydrated with plenty of water.


This information is aimed to provide general guidance and should be adapted to meet your individual requirements. Consult a nutritionist or Doctor when planning your diet.

To train for optimum endurance and recovery, regular and sustained cardiovascular exercise helps to improve aerobic fitness. By gradually increasing distance, speed or duration, your body will become accustomed to more and more exercise and your endurance will improve.

Compound exercises are also important for endurance training, helping to strengthen the muscles used most. Many endurance sports require high levels of stamina in the legs, so performing heavy lifts such as squats will help to build power and strength, leading to improved performance and recovery.


This information is aimed to provide general guidance and should be adapted to meet your individual requirements. Always consult a qualified personal trainer when planning your training.

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