NSAIDs May Not Be Best For Muscle Pain From Workouts
Z3 Sport Offers More Than Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
But non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) don't help your muscles to regenerate, which means the workout-induced tears that eventually strengthen your muscles remain and heal slowly when pain is treated only with NSAIDs. Researchers have been exploring the problem of muscle use and pain for years, and in recent years, have come to see protease supplements as a positive step toward healthier, faster muscle recovery.
In a 2007 report published in the "Journal of Strength Conditioning and Research", researchers noted that protease supplements helped to reduce loss of strength and helped recovery of short-term strength. Similarly, a study published in 2009 in "Medicine Science in Sports and Exercise" noted that in the 48 hours after a 45-minute downhill treadmill workout, subjects in their study showed significant improvements in muscle function for the protease supplement group, and researchers suggested this could be because of changes in the inflammatory response of the body, instead of in a reduction of damage.
This is good news, because athletes preparing for the CrossFit Open tend to train hard, and frequently. A new recovery supplement created with a mix of proteolytic enzymes,, minerals activators, lipase, and amalase, called Z3 Sport, has recently been released by The Enzyme Guys. This product is formulated to work within 20 minutes; and company representatives say that with extended use, the body recovers more quickly and more thoroughly from muscle exerting workouts.
While NSAIDs relieve pain, the enzymes and minerals in this blend are proven to help muscles in recovery as the react with other ingredients to lessen swelling and pain.
About The Enzyme Guys
The Enzymes Guys are dedicated to ending muscle, joint, and tendon relief. This is done by offering of a propriety blend of natural supplements. More information about Z3 can be found at The Enzyme Guys.
The Enzyme Guys
This is a press release. Press release distribution and press release services by EmailWire.Com: http://www.emailwire.com/us-press-release-distribution.php.