Athletican was designed to provide comfort and flexibility for the active individual with skin sensitivity issues. Its hypoallergenic materials make it the best apparel for the individual who loves hitting the beach or the gym and doesn’t want to be bothered by allergies. Because we want you to live your life to the fullest we designed Athletican to suit your needs.
Aside from fatigue and muscle pain chafing is one of the biggest hurdles you’re going to face whenever you’re working out. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid this so that you won’t have to end your workout regimen because you’re bruising and bloodied all over.
So if you want your daily exercise routine to push through here are seven simple steps to avoid chafing.
So you’ve done all that you can to avoid chafing, but despite your best efforts you still end up with some bruises on your thighs. Don’t fret because if you just follow these five simple tips you can help your inner thighs get healed for your next morning run.
We often hear trainers say that before we start with our workout it’s good to eat a banana for that extra energy and to eat another one after we’re done exercising.
Bananas are a good source of energy, which is why it’s good food for someone who’s about to do some heavy lifting or strenuous cardio workout.
But if you’re allergic to latex eating bananas before a workout is the last thing you should do otherwise you won’t be able to go on with your daily routine because you could be sporting some itchy rashes and hives after you’ve eaten that banana.