“I’m a professional weight lifter… after every competition I need fast acting relief… and CopperGel delivers like a champion.”
— Brian Shaw | 4 X World’s Strongest Man
“Feel the cooling relief of CopperGel Ice!”
“CopperGel…fasting acting and long lasting!”
“CopperGel…tough on pain…not on smell.”
— Sara Malakul Lane | Actress, Yoga Enthusiast
“I’ve given out and received a few well placed leg kicks…after I would always ice...now I use CopperGel to get relief. It works for me”
— Urijah Faber, UFC Hall of Fame
Nobody knows pain better than Mike Tyson!
Mike Tyson became the youngest champion in heavyweight history by inflicting immeasurable pain on his opponents. Since retiring from boxing, Mike has been plagued with pain from all his years of fighting and training.
Mike has tried virtually every pain relief remedy to no avail until using CopperGel, which is the first national pain relief topical to incorporate all the benefits of Copper. Mike was so impressed with CopperGel that he invested in the company. Today, CopperGel is a division of Tyson Holistic.
Learn all about this product and why it’s becoming popular
While there were certainly a lot of hotly-debated political issues in 2018, perhaps surprisingly, marijuana wasn’t really one of them. For use medically, recreationally, or both, the drug has now become widely accepted in the U.S. Of course, this doesn’t mean the controversy is entirely gone; after all, marijuana is still considered illegal on the federal level.
It’s best to know how your body reacts with or without a cool down
Yes, you should. No, you shouldn’t. Depending on who you ask, cooling down after exercise is absolutely important or completely optional. There’s conflicting evidence to be sure, but one thing about which everybody agrees is that cooling down isn’t harmful.
The importance of a warm-up and what it should involve
Due to shrinking attention spans and busier-than-ever schedules, we all want to get to things as quickly as possible. Nobody wants to waste time waiting to do something, they want to just do it, as Nike so eloquently put it. But when it comes to working out, jumping right in is a mistake, and it’s one that can result in an ineffective workout or even injury. This is why a good warm-up is essential, but what exactly should this entail?