Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: The land of hockey
Stretch properly after you work out. Do a proper cooldown; don't just stop abruptly. Eat a lot of carbohydrates. The next day, exercise again lightly, which usually helps muscle aches, at least for me. And the more intense workouts you do and the better shape you are in, the used-dishrag fatigued feeling will gradually lessen.
Well, I walk into the room
Passing out hundred dollar bills
And it kills and it thrills like the horns on my Silverado grill
And I buy the bar a double round of crown
And everybody's getting down
And this town ain't never gonna be the same.
Cause I saddle up my horse and I ride into the city
I make a lot of noise
Cause the girls, they are so pretty...
"My coach told me I had to expect, you know, some long rallies and stuff. So, you know, I was ready for this."
--Amelie Mauresmo breaking down the intricate nature of Team Mauresmo coaching strategies.