I had the most challenging weekend ever!
Following my post the other day about recovery for muscles using Mila the miracle seed from Lifemax, I had probably the most challenging weekend ever on my body. It all started with a caddy loop at May River in 115 degree heat index and spending approximately 4 1/2 hours walking around in the heat. Brutal absolutely brutal on my body dealing with that heat.
I drank about 13 bottles of water and still had 2 bottles of water cooling down in the caddy room. I have never in my life had my body temperature that high ever in my 46 years walking on this earth.
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Typically, after driving 40 minutes back to the Island, it is difficult just getting out of my truck and walking into the house. But I had no issues with immediate soreness like I had typically experienced before following a caddy loop. I was tired by not sore like every other time following a loop. I had mixed a scoop in the morning and immediately after getting home from the loop. "Cold Mila Shake Yummmmm!"
OK, now I awoke with very little soreness following my day from he'll in the heat. Normally, I would get up and eat as many Aleve humanly possible without causing harm to my body, but no Aleve this morning or during the last several days after starting Mila.
I got up and mixed my Mila (Lifemax)in acold shake and off I went to help move a friend for 6 hours in heat and moving up and down stairs. No issues!
I'm amazed in only a week and a few days my normal routine of aches and pains, followed by eating Aleve like Pezz candy, I'm feeling like I did in my 20s. Again, I writing this post and other posts to follow my experience consuming "Mila" the miracle seed by Lifemax for others to learn from tracking my experience with Mila.
Posted in Fitness Post Date 04/17/2018