Exercise is important, I don't question it. Pulling down miles of jogging or pounds in the gym has its whys. Anyone who does physical activity, however, knows that managing the body is of fundamental importance.
If you don't rest after the exercises (getting your muscles recovered in the right time) you are hurting yourself.
Fun ways have recently emerged of speeding up these recovery times between exercise sessions - one of which involves the use of infrared.
Not only does infrared light pass through tissues, joints and muscles to relieve small pains and loosen joints, but by heating our tissues it also accelerates muscle recovery times.
That's why the Under Armor sportswear company created a set of high-tech sheets which allows the body to recover energy while you sleep.
The particularity of the set is given by the mineral materials incorporated in the microfiber fabric, which reflect the infrared directly on the body. Being under the infrared sheets is like taking a "light bath", irrigating the body and muscles for faster physical recovery from tiredness and muscle fatigue.
How does it work?
What's the fastest thing in the universe? The light. The fastest fatigue recovery tool? Always the light. Infrared, to be more specific. Many studies show a broad spectrum of benefits for the body, muscles and joints, relaxing the body and also improving the quality of sleep. Go to sleep, in other words, and find yourself more rested and less sore than before.
The particular "two-way" construction of these sheets allows them to have a versatile elasticity, able to give the right degree of tension for perfect comfort.
The small tricks for the perfect "hold" of the cocoon are completed by a silicone band to grip the bed and a zip closure for the pillow cases.
The importance of muscle recovery
If you can't get the results you expect from your gym workout or your daily exercises, maybe you should take your muscle recovery ability seriously, unless you want to transplant yourself. synthetic muscles.
Adding sleep "therapy" in infrared sheets to your sleep lowers general inflammation, maximizes muscle recovery and puts you in line with your expectations of performance.