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Physical Health is Vital to Running Your Business- But Beware of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

I think we all understand that Wealth without Health is not the best option. But before you rush out to join a gym you must know something about Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, or DOMS for short or you may become discouraged and quit.

If we try to get into shape too fast we may become discouraged because of the Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. It can literally sabotage your effort to become more healthy.

Here is an excerpt from another blog article I wrote about what DOMS is and how it works. Please refer to http://musclepain.biz/ for a report on a 5-day exercise I conducted. Here is the excerpt:

This incredible success has inspired me to learn more about Free Radicles and Antioxidants.

What are Free Radicles? Basic chemistry teaches that atoms (the building blocks of all matter) contain a balance of positive particles (protons) and negative particles (electrons). During vigorous exercise some of the atoms lose an electron and become unbalanced and unstable. These unstable atoms are called Free Radicles.

Free Radicles have been likened to hot sparks that jump out of a fire. When a hot burning ember lands on a carpet or curtain it can burn and damage the material. In the same way when a Free Radicles reach cells, such as muscle cells, they cause damage, pain and swelling (DOMS). This is because the  Free Radicles need to regain their lost electron and in doing so cause damage to the cells they come into contact with. This process is the most popular way of explaining the cause of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS). (I did not learn this in my exercise physiology classes during my physical therapy education.)

What is the Role of Antioxidants? These are molecules that can safely interact with Free Radicles to neutralize them and thereby prevent their damaging effect on our body’s cells. Fortunately, our bodies manufacture antioxidants as part of a defense system against Free Radicles.

Glutathione is considered the “master” antioxidant. I like to think of it as currency that is stored in our body – like money is stored in a bank account. As the body’s Glutathione does its job, by neutralizing Free Radicles, the account balance goes down. Finally, when the Glutathione account balance is exhausted and overdrawn the Free Radicles no longer have opposition. Without the opposition of antioxidants they do their damage. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is only one of the damaging effects of Free Radicles. According to research, Free Radicles can lead to numerous disease conditions. Needless to say, it is vital to our health to maintain a favorable antioxidant bank balance.

What does this have to do with the Elimination of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness? According to the manufacturer MA+IGP (Master Antioxidant plus Intracellular Glutathione Precursor) provides the precursors, or building blocks, of Glutathione so that our body can manufacture the Glutathione and thereby increase the bank balance of this powerful Antioxidant. As long as the account is not overdrawn the body’s “Antioxidant System” can continue to overcome Free Radicles and their damaging effect – including DOMS.


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