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Post work-out soreness

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If your body is prone to soreness after a workout, do not drink overly large amounts of juices high in lactic acid, such as orange juice. A glass is fine, but a half gallon is another story. You don’t want to delay your recovery.

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Lee Kind is former Army Transportation Officer with 8 years of service spending most of his time in the 82nd Airborne Division. Lee is passionate about sharing wisdom on physical fitness (scoring 370+ on PT tests) and practical leadership to help Soldiers excel in all they do and set the example for others to follow. Lee is the author of "MAX Out the Army, Marine, and Air Force Physical Fitness and Combat Fitness Tests” Volume I and II. www.forallleaders.com

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