We have often addressed the theme "CBD & Sport" from the pages of our Blog. In the following article we will try to provide practical advice, suggesting specific products that can help to optimise psychophysical recovery after strenuous activity.
Sleeping well is definitely a good way to recover after a race or an intense workout. A growth hormone is produced during sleep, which helps the muscles tired by the effort to recover.
CBD can certainly help to increase the quality of sleep - Cannabidiol acts on the body's endocannabinoid system, supporting adequate recovery of the psychophysical system.
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Defined as the father of all Cannabinoids, CBG can be your best ally after an intense workout where you may complain of various pains.
CBG works in collaboration with other Cannabinoids such as CBD to provide synergy and balance. Preclinical studies have also shown how Cannabigerol has anti–inflammatory and analgesic effects, amongst others. To find out more, click here.
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What is the best course of action the day after a race when you feel tired? Listening to your body is essential. Failure to properly recover and intensify workouts will not result in improved performance but will increase the likelihood of injuries and minor fractures in the body.
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If you train mostly at the weekend it is very important to recover as quickly as possible, taking care of your food intake.
For example, cycling is a hard sport and for many first-timers cycling can be demotivating to begin with, but the effort is very important because in the long run your body will gradually adapt.
This adaptation process is called supercompensation, a theoretical model that explains the process of adaptation of the organism following training.
Taking CBD at the end of physical activity can help to optimise the body's recovery by presenting itself as a real natural supplement, acting on the organism by modulating its responses through an action on the natural receptors of our endocannabinoid system.
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