10 Mistakes You're Making After Your Workouts

Prevention—May 26, 2015

Prevention reporter Ginny Graves offers the 10 most common mistakes individuals make following a workout. HSS sports medicine physician Jordan D. Metzl, MD offers a solution to one common mistake of eating too much chicken. 

According to the article, if workouts tend to leave your muscles sore and cranky, consider refueling with fish. In a recent study, participants taking a daily 400mgfish oil supplement—about the amount in a 1.5-ounce serving of salmon—reported less muscle soreness and tenderness than those popping a placebo. "The omega-3 fatty acids can help keep your heart healthy, and they can keep your muscles in good shape, too," says Dr. Jordon Metzl.

To read more, visit www.prevention.com.

 

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