10/29/13

Minimizing Muscle & Joint Pain: Pre & Post-Workout Recovery Product

Pro-athletes, athletic trainers, and health practitioners trust in the all-natural MuscleMagic Pain Relief Cream prior, during, and post-workouts to minimize muscle and joint pain, all while improving performance. In fact, this deep penetrating heat rub has proven ideal for high intensity training or highly active individuals as it dramatically reduces post-workout pain, minimizes cramping and speeds up recovery.

How It Works

The MuscleMagic Pain Relief cream is easily applied PRIOR to physical activity in order to help warm up muscles, and minimize muscle spasms that can affect performance. During the workout, the topical analgesic cream can then be applied to the muscles in order to maximize muscle utilization so that you can perform at your best. This will effectively aid in the reduction of lactic acid and metabolic waste build up. Then, after taking a refreshing shower at the end of the strenuous exercise, MuscleMagic can then be applied to tense muscles and joints for immediate alleviation, speed up recovery time to get you ready for your next performance.

The 4 oz. MuscleMagic Pain Relief cream can be conveniently carried in a gym bag, and ideally incorporated as a pre- and post- workout regimen for the equine athlete - and in this manner, being proactive in injury prevention and training hardcore with minimized soreness to maximize success.

You may order a 4 oz. bottle of MuscleMagic Pain Relief for $24.99 USD at: www.musclemagicpainrelief.com/order


1 comment:

  1. Athletics tends to have bones and joint pain problem. Some apply direct ways to cure this condition and some undergo Orthopedic Surgery. Creams and products can heal a minor pains but in worse conditions surgeries are the most preferred one. I have reviwed some of the cases from website of leading orthopedic surgeon Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia who offers orthopedic surgery & sports medicine with top surgical facilities in LA. Know more about how to get rid of bones and joint pains today. Thanks

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