Push Up Circuit (Shoulders, Triceps & Chest) – 11/20

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Tip of the Day:  Magnesium may be the answer! Achy muscles are a common side effect of weight training, especially for someone who trains only on occasion or someone who is new to this type of exercise. Similarly, you may know tension headaches all to well due to tense head and neck muscles. I’m a big fan of Epsom salt baths to help relieve sore muscles, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that food rich in magnesium could help as well! Magnesium, the relaxing mineral, helps muscles relax by pulling calcium out of muscle cells. You can see that when magnesium levels in the body are low, it can lead to constantly tense muscles as calcium is locked in muscle fibers. Magnesium can be found naturally in foods such as nuts, spinach, and beans. You can read more (here) for recommended daily values. 

Is anyone else a bit matchy matchy when it comes to workout clothes?? I thought I would share with you my 3 layers that just had to match my pants 😉

Sports Bra: Lululemon // Tank: Lululemon // Sweatshirt: Lucy // Pants: Forever 21 // Shoes: Asics

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