If you’re trying to build muscle, strength training is the best way to do it. Strength training damages the muscles, which causes them to repair and grow. The result is bigger, stronger muscles. Bigger, stronger muscles to someone like us with MS means the strength to move those muscles once we create the brain to muscle reconnection. However, optimal muscle growth goes beyond your actual workout. It also relies on post-workout nutrition. Your muscles need enough protein and carbohydrates to effectively recover.
Gina Bria — founder and CEO of the Hydration Foundation, a Buckminster Fuller Institute Fellow, and an anthropologist — will make you question what you know about the function of water and the power of hydration.