Apply to the muscles you use most in your sport. Runners and cyclists apply PR Lotion from just below the calves up through the top of the hips. Similarly, swimmers apply shoulders to the wrists.
Yes, apply PR Lotion first before any other products including sunscreen, warming creams, and anti-chafing creams.
Yes, waiting a few minutes before pulling your clothes on over PR Lotion minimizes residue transfer. Lotion residue on clothing washes out.
Yes, apply at least 30 minutes before entering the water.
PR Lotion is a thick lotion. After 30 minutes, it has absorbed and you can wash the residue off while maintaining the effectiveness.
Apply up to 2 hours before your workout, giving you plenty of time to apply it in your gearing up routine.
One use supports a multi-hour workout. The harder and longer you go, the more bicarbonate your body will use. If convenient, reapply during an all day event. If not, your muscles should feel fresher in the later stages of your event by neutralizing acid in the hours before.
Yes, reapplying PR Lotion after a workout may further reduce soreness in the days following a workout.
The effect of PR Lotion is proportional to the amount applied so athletes often apply twice 30 minutes apart before a long event and reapply after for added recovery.
Yes, PR Lotion is clean sport compliant and safe for sport. Every batch of PR Lotion is tested by Informed-Choice for athletes' reassurance.
No, continue following your existing nutrition and hydration routines.
This is not only for race day and competitions. Build PR Lotion into your pre-workout routine to improve recovery time between workouts. Studies show that regular use of sodium bicarbonate in training may lead to increased mitochondrial mass and improved muscle contraction which may allow you to work your muscles harder. In a study where sodium bicarbonate was used for eight weeks in high-intensity training, lactate threshold and performance improved significantly over the control group.
Yes, children over 2 years of age may use PR Lotion.
PR Lotion is well tolerated. Do not use if you are allergic to any ingredient listed on the label.
PR Lotion contains safe ingredients in accepted levels. No side effects have been linked to regular use of bicarbonate and no serious adverse events have been reported from PR Lotion.
PR Lotion and all of its ingredients are made in the USA.
Menthol (0.5%), sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), water, isopropyl palmitate, lecithin, poloxamer 407, palm kernel oil, alcohol denat., benzyl alcohol, coconut oil, jojoba seed oil, caprylic/capric triglycerides, sodium hydroxide, fragrance
During strenuous exercise, your body produces lactate and acid, together known as lactic acid. Your body neutralizes acid with its own naturally occurring bicarbonate until acid is produced faster than your body can clear it. Then, acid builds up causing painful muscle burn and inhibiting performance.
That's the beauty of PR Lotion- take the gain with no pain. Additional bicarbonate delivered directly to your muscles helps you get more from every workout and recover faster.
Athletes regularly report that PR Lotion reduces cramping. However, PR Lotion has not been clinically studied on muscle cramps and does not claim to prevent cramps.
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