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DOMS and Treatment Reviewed and No Not Dominic Torreto From Fast Five Full Movie


Ok now that we have given you a pump for those car enthusiasts or those that just love the Fast and Furious franchise like myself just got our daily fix I may actually order that movie later on Apple TV.

Now off to business….

DOMS stands for delayed onset muscle soreness which before learning about it I just thought I was old but lets dive into this phenomenon of muscle pain.

doms-funnyThe muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that doesn’t happen the same day but usually like a day later but for me most of the time its the second and third day where it’s at its worst.

Now if you have been working out for a while you probably don’t feel it as much as someone just starting a new exercise routine.

However, I change up my workout routines pretty frequently and that is when I do feel it because your body just got tricked and this is where you make growth, gains and progress so keep that in mind keep it changing as I discussed in this post.

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that occurs in the day or two after exercise.

This muscle soreness is most frequently felt when you begin a new exercise program, change your exercise routine, or dramatically increase the duration or intensity of your exercise routine. [click to continue…]


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I feel that this product does what it claims to do:

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What’s better than a delicious chocolate frosted doughnut to satisfy your sweet tooth? How about a chocolate frosted doughnut that’s every bit as tasty as what you’d find at a doughnut shoppe, but lower in fat and sugar and higher in protein? That’s exactly what we set out to create with this recipe (and we think we accomplished our goal!). Top off your doughnuts with sprinkles and you’re sure to create a dream come true for kids and adults alike.


INGREDIENTS For the doughnuts:
1 egg
1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk
1/3 cup plain 2% Greek yogurt
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup sugar
1-1/4 cup FlapJacked Buttermilk Protein Pancake Mix
1/4 tsp baking powder

INGREDIENTS For the chocolate frosting:
2/3 cup powdered sugar
1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa
2 TBSP coconut oil
2 TBSP milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

(without frosting)

Serving Size: 1 doughnut
Servings: 12
Calories 69
Fat 1g
Carbs 10g
Fiber 1g
Sugar 6g
Protein 5g
Pre-heat oven to 350˚. Combine egg, almond milk, Greek yogurt, vanilla extract and sugar into a large bowl and stir. Add in FlapJacked mix and baking powder and stir until blended. Use a spoon to dollop batter into a liberally greased doughnut pan (nonstick spray works fine). Divide equally to create 12 doughnuts- batter should fill doughnut pan to the center (but not cover it).  Bake for 9-10 minutes, or until doughnuts are cooked through. Let doughnuts cool and prepare the chocolate frosting.

Sift the powdered sugar and cocoa into a medium-sized bowl and set aside. Place a small skillet over medium heat and melt the coconut oil. Once melted, add the milk and stir. Remove from heat and pour into the bowl with the cocoa and powdered sugar. Add in the vanilla extract. Stir with a spatula until smooth. Spread the frosting on top of each of the doughnuts- you should get a generous amount on each. If desired, top with sprinkles. Serve immediately or freeze to save for later. ENJOY!


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You’ve been working hard in the gym, pushing up more weight each week, being sure to get in a proper pre- and post- workout shake, and giving your body the rest it needs to recover so it can build itself back up stronger than ever before.

But is there something else you could be doing to take your progress up one more level? After you’ve gotten the basics down and have a firm understanding of what you need to be doing in the gym, it’s time to look at some of the additional things that do help you push that little bit extra in the gym that take your results over the top.

One compound that can serve this purpose is nitrix oxide (vasodilator). What is nitric oxide and how does it help you? Let’s have a closer peek at all this supplement has to offer.


If you find you’re putting in a great amount of effort in the gym, but you’re so fatigued the next day that it takes you a few days to recover, nitric oxide can help.

What this supplement does is help to support the amount of blood flow to the tissues by encouraging the smooth muscles in the body to relax, therefore allowing more oxygen delivery to get to the working muscles.

Since one of the primary factors in a speedy recovery is being sure that plenty of nutrients get to the muscle tissues after a hard workout, blood flow is really going to make a difference.

Note that you won’t notice as great of results if you are not taking in a proper post-workout shake and meal to follow, but as mentioned above, once you’ve got that taken care of, that’s when you’ll clearly see the impact that nitric oxide has on you.

When you recover faster between sessions, this means more frequent weight training workouts, which typically translates to better results. Remember though that more frequent weight lifting workouts without full recovery translates to poor results and over training, indicating just how important recovery is. If you hope to workout often, you better look after this issue.


Another thing that nitric oxide is going to assist you with is fatigue. If you’re finding that as you’re going about your workout session, fatigue is a limiting factor in your workout, this is a supplement that can help.

As you perform your weight lifting exercises, the body rapidly begins to run out of oxygen. When it does, you’ll start to get lactic acid build-up forming in the muscle tissue, which then generates quite a high level of fatigue.

Often, this fatigue is felt as a burning sensation and causes you to cease exercise. If you’re attempting a higher rep protocol – into the 8-12 rep range – this build up of fatigue can be extremely limiting on your progress. So if you can get more oxygen to the tissues, thereby reducing the amount of lactic acid build-up and correspondingly the amount of fatigue, you will dramatically reduce this issue.


If you’re an endurance athlete training for a distance event, nitric oxide can also benefit you. Often this supplement is thought to be more of a strength athlete aid, but believing so would be a mistake. Since endurance performance also heavily depends on the amount of oxygen getting to the muscle tissues, blood flow delivering oxygen will help you work longer without tiring out.

Those who are training for endurance and will be racing at an altitude much higher than they are used to will want to strongly consider supplementing with nitric oxide. At higher altitudes reduced ability to take in oxygen is particularly noticeable. By using the supplement you will help to offset this so it feels more like your usual training conditions. [click to continue…]




Ingredients Needed:

  • 6 slices P28 High-Protein Bread
  • 6 ounces Muenster Cheese
  • 1 package Blackberries
  • 1 teaspoon Lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon Thyme
  • 1 teaspoon Butter


  • Smash the blackberries in a bowl.
  • Add lemon juice and thyme. Mix.
  • Slice the Muenster.
  • Build your sandwich – blackberry mix on one side, cheese on the other.
  • Butter each outside of the sandwich.
  • Grill over medium low heat on the stove.

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