There are two ways to warm up: the first type consists of core exercises; the second, dynamic flexibility. Never do static stretching (extended holds for 20 seconds or more) at the beginning of a workout or practice. Static stretching before a workout will decrease the elasticity of the muscle and increase the risk of injury by 200%. These types of movements and holds should always be saved for the end of your workout during the cool-down phase.
Plan your cleanse for an off day, and begin with just a 24-hour time period. Important note: do not engage in any type of training during this time period.
In the human body, citrulline is converted into arginine to produce nitric oxide, which helps speed up recovery. Other great fruits to eat before your workout are apples and blueberries, the latter of which are high in antioxidants. Avoid eating pineapple and bananas; save those fruits for after your workout.
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