BIESTMILCH is a physiological cocktail of signal molecules stabilizing the network connections.
Before you start browsing through the text below, just imagine your body being a densely woven network in which all elements are communicating. A current of signals is permanently rushing through our bodies connecting all the knots (cells, organs, organ systems) with each other. This very dynamic process is holding together our bodies and is responsible for keeping the balance.
During periods of severe stress signal transmission is either increasing to an extent that overburdens the control mechanisms, or the signal transmission comes to a halt with the same consequences, namely jeopardizing the body's balance. Training should always remain within the borders of balance. The connections between the knots should be highly dynamic and flexible. If they become rigid, then the connectivity might break down in certain areas of the body, where the strain is extra high. Training has to increase the flexibility and stability of the network connections of the body. This applies to the body as a whole not only to the muscles and the metabolic pathways.
If you keep these picts in mind, then BIESTMILCH, the science and the thought concept behind will be easy for you to understand.
The training preps for your biggest race in the year are hard times. You have to abstain from a lot of sweet things to receive the reward in the end. During these weeks of preparations you have to permanently push the limits without destroying the continuity of balance.
Your body is floating in an inflammatory state of varying degree. To control this condition and not tilting over the edge is the tricky part. Don't risk you hard work by getting sick or injured, but decide for BIESTMILCH to make your body more robust and tolerant for strenuous workloads.
Tapering needs lots of experience as it is a very individual thing. It's about finding the right duration of the taper, the right volume, intensity and frequency of the specific training sessions and about finding the most suitable pattern of tapering for yourself. The topic per se is still controversial.
Maybe following Prof. Noakes advice is one solution for you: "Once you decide to taper, do as little training as your mind will allow you, but do that little at a fast pace!"
The other is the generous use of BIESTMILCH during taper, not to risk all the hard work.
In endurance races the body faces mainly two critical conditions, one is fatigue and the other are gastrointestinal complications. During a race you meet all kind of stress factors that can jeopardize your under these conditions rather fragile balance.
During the race 75% suffer from gut issues and 70% lose focus. Break this rule by grabbing a BIEST BOOSTER. BIESTMILCH is positively influencing your stomach and gut, and it is bolstering against the fatigue.
RECOVERY - THE TIME FOR BUILD-UP, INFLAMMATION CONTROL AND HEALING
Recovery is the highly active phase for the body build-up. If you see this part of the training through these eyes, it may be easier for you to accept taking a rest without feeling bad. BIESTMILCH as an inflammatory modulator is a real asset during this time of your training program.
In a condition of inflammation BIESTMILCH works as an anti-inflammatory agent and the growth factors it contains influence the cells' regeneration. Cell lesions are manifold after intensive training sessions and races.
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