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Recovery Goals

Why do you need Recovery Supplements?

When we train the fibres of the muscle, our tendons and ligaments experience micro-tearing of the fibres and fascia. Fascia is the tissue that wraps the muscle ensuring it can glide and move freely over the rest of our muscles. To repair this intentional damage, we need to provide the building blocks needed for muscle, tendon and ligament repair. Muscle recovery requires protein forms, amino acids and micronutrients to form and heal the tissue.

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Why choose ATP Science Recovery supplements?

ATP Science goes to great lengths to ensure that the quality of the finished product is held at the highest standard for both the ingredients and the manufacturing process. Knowing how important recovery is for the individual to progress towards their training goals, it was necessary to formulate a supporting range for recovery needs. Protein, amino acids, and micronutrient-rich items can help support the user’s diet and training regimes.

Who are they suitable for?

Recovery supplements and muscle recovery, in particular, should be a huge focus of almost equal value to the physical training regime of any individual. Ensuring that you are getting adequate nutrition, protein-rich foods, adequate sleep, water, and using appropriate recovery supplements to fill in any necessary gaps is an important aspect of training if you want the best results for your efforts.

How to consume them for best results?

For best results, we recommend adding recovery supplements in after training alongside your first meal post-exercise. Getting all of these nutrients shuttling into the body after they have been depleted during exercise is a great way to provide an optimal environment to begin recovery. Follow the recommended guidelines for the natural recovery supplements in your plan.

To find out more about recovery and how to improve your training, you can learn more from our podcast, The ATP Project. There are many fantastic episodes to help get you started on your journey to better recovery.