So yesterday was smoothie Wednesday and was also the birthday for the creation of the Batman comics. So to honor the superhero we created this Blueberry Batman Smoothie with our Complete Recovery formula, you know, to help after battling all those villians!
#TeamAPS ambassador Troy Tulowitzki tells the DenverPost.com that he can’t wait to get back on the field this season, but he understands that he has to be ready first. He’s a little over 4 weeks into rehab, from a surgery to repair his leg, that is expected to take 6-8 weeks. Get better soon Tulo. Your APS family is behind you 100%.
Wow, this was a huge pickup for the Dodgers. Hanley Ramirez finds a new home in Los Angeles. Earlier today the Dodgers, through a trade with the Miami Marlins, added the SS/ 3Bto a lineup that should take them deep into the playoffs. Great pickup L.A.
Today’s Nutrition tip comes from chacha.com. They say one of the worst things you can do after a workout is to gulp down a sports drink.
“Unless you’re working out at an intense pace for hours, you don’t need to refuel with a sports drink. A 12 oz. serving of Gatorade contains 330 calories! Instead of drinking your calories, stick to water and a small snack, like an apple with peanut butter, or carrots and hummus.”
Bad technique leads to injuries and poor gains. Take the time to get the right technique. If you’re struggling for form then the weight is too heavy. Remember in order to maximize your workout you must utilize proper techniques. After you finish working out your body needs to recover, let APS Recovery help with that.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is working hard to recover from groin surgery to remove scar tissue and address chronic pain in his groin, and although most estimates have the young star out until August he is starting to feel better and is generally pleased with his progress in his…
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