When you want to keep fit and healthy, CBD can aid in preventing that initial hump of muscle soreness as well as ensuring a proper warm up before a workout.
After all, you just want to feel good when you hit the pavement for that walk or run, do a few extra vinyasas in your yoga class, or even add some extra weights when you lift at the gym.
Nature’s Athletic Edge
You might have heard about the benefits of CBD for temporary, occasional discomfort, but did you know it’s a powerful ally in stimulating and rejuvenating your muscles before workouts?
Because pure CBD products directly target exercise-induced inflammation and soreness, they naturally reduce discomfort and help you get the best out of your workouts.
Here’s the nitty-gritty of how CBD works:
Warm Up Muscles
When paired with arnica butter and essential oils, our CBD infused Muscle Rub helps release tension and promote a calming sensation in the body, ultimately warming up your muscles. After 5-10 minutes, you can then properly stretch before your workout or warm up (and loosen up) faster during that initial jogging phase of your run.
Relaxes Muscles & Releases Tension
When our bodies are working out, temporary, occasional discomfort is a natural response. But our Inflammation Tincture has a calming, hydrating effect which stimulates your body to target that discomfort. Plus, the addition of tumeric, spurlina, black pepper, clove and cinnamon means that any tension or discomfort quickly vanishes.
Recovery time is incredibly crucial to a fitness regimen; therefore, it is important to pay attention to your sleep schedule. Getting the 8-hour recommendation (or more) into your routine may help you feel more energized during the day. However, many don’t know that CBD can help with this too! CBD promotes a better overall cycle by keeping you awake throughout the day and encouraging proper sleep at night (and keeping you asleep). Through our Pure Tincture or Sleep blend, your sleep schedule will improve which can result in better workouts!
So, while it’s quite common to wait until after-the-fact to seek solutions to discomfort, give your body a helping hand to reduce these aches and pains and get more out of your physical activity—before your workout, not just after!