1. Have your Recovery Drink ready to go and drink within 15mins of finishing
Studies show having a recovery drink which contains carbohydrates and proteins within the first 15 mins after exercise improves your recovery significantly. So drink up that delicious Procover as soon as you are done!
2. Have adequate nutrition and hydration while training and racing
What you consume during your racing and training will make a big difference to how you recover, so make sure you consume enough carbohydrates, electrolytes and water.
3. Eat a well balanced recovery meal
Your recovery meal should, in general, contain 1-1.2g of carbs per kg of body weight and 15-25g of protein. Ideas for meals include, pasta with meat, stirfrys with rice and beef pita bread wraps.