New Study Shows HOTSHOT Provides Relief From Muscle Soreness For Athletes Of All Types
(3 months ago)
BOSTON, Feb. 13: You don't have to be an elite athlete to know that muscle soreness and muscle pain can derail your workout regimen and impact your performance. Athletes now report that HOTSHOT, scientifically proven to eliminate cramping, has the added benefit of reducing muscle soreness and pain.
In a new study commissioned by HOTSHOT, both endurance and non-endurance athletes indicated that muscle soreness and muscle pain can be reduced effectively by using the product before or after a workout. During the In-Home study, conducted among 288 endurance and non-endurance athletes using HOTSHOT over a two-week period, respondents reported noticeable results using the formulation as both a preventative and reactive solution:
•84% felt less muscle soreness
•92% felt less muscle pain
•88% said their next day workouts were better because they felt less muscle soreness
"HOTSHOT has changed the way I train, allowing me to push myself harder," said Amy Cragg, former Olympian and Marathoner. "By using HOTSHOT, I am no longer held back by muscle pain, cramping or soreness."
Cragg's training partner and 2017 New York City Marathon winner, Shalane Flanagan, counts on the sport shot with a kick to keep her training on schedule. "With HOTSHOT, I bounce back quickly after long, hard sessions, and I feel much better on my recovery runs," Flanagan said.