Strategies and Tips to Recover from Travel, Jet lag and the Busyness of Daily Life – Part 1

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How can we overcome stressors in our daily life? Bob Troia is back on the show to talk more about training and how to handle things such as travel and jet lag. Find out what strategies you can implement and more!

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Topics Discussed in this Episode:

  • What recovery means
  • How we get microtrauma
  • How to handle travel, jet lag, and EMF exposure
  • The molecular hydrogen and why it’s good for you
  • Amino acids for training and workouts
  • The minimal effective dose for training and for exercise
  • What hacks you can do to get the most out of your training in a limited amount of time

Key Takeaways:

  • Recovery is getting your body back to where it should be.
  • Molecular hydrogen has really great systemic effects in the body.
  • When we work out, we cause a degree of inflammation in the muscles. If we take antioxidants close to that exercise session, we might blunt the hormetic response of exercise. However, molecular hydrogen is a selective antioxidant, which makes it really great after a workout.

Action Steps:

  • Take molecular hydrogen to combat stressors when you’re traveling or when you’re working out.
  • Get your circadian rhythm in check.
  • Take amino acids pre and post workout.

Bob said:

“With air travel, it’s just about trying to mitigate whatever it’s throwing at you.”

“You don’t have to be on a treadmill for an hour a day, 6 days a week. You just go in there and you knock it out.”

Thanks for listening!

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