REACH YOUR GOALS WITH COACH SOAK'S

RECOVERY ROUTINE

CONSISTENCY IS KEY TO ANY FITNESS JOURNEY. COACH SOAK IS HOW YOU STAY ON TRACK.

Magnesium soaks soothe sore muscles, reduce inflammation, and improve circulation, speeding up muscle recovery.

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Every workout day, pour 1-2 cups into warm bath water or an ice bath and stir, the magnesium flakes will dissolve fast and you'll absorb all benefits in a relaxing bath.

SOAK 20 MINUTES TO RESTORE ESSENTIAL MINERALS

After training hard, your body is depleted of essential minerals. Our muscle soak contains 21 essential minerals, including potassium, sodium and calcium that aids in fast muscle recovery, wound healing and overall body detox.

USE THIS TIME TO PRACTICE

ESSENTIAL EXERCISES FOR MENTAL RECOVERY

Progress reflection, goal visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing... Enhanced with essential oils to unwind your mind and focus on your mental exercises.

Choose your favorite scent!

Coach Soak magnesium bath salt eucalyptus

EUCALYPTUS

Coach Soak magnesium bath flakes Lavender

LAVENDER

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AND ON HARD DAYS...

TARGET SORE AREAS

Soak a washcloth in the dissolved mix in warm water and apply until no longer warm. Repeat 2-3 times.

COMPRESS

Relieve aches, reduce inflammation and refresh your feet anytime.

FOOT BATH

Invigorate your complexion by mixing a handful of flakes with your favorite body oil and massaging gently.

SCRUB

READY TO PUSH HARDER?

Combine cold plunging with an after-dip magnesium soak to experience all benefits of magnesium and cryotherapy.

WARM

COLD

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RECOVER ON-THE-GO

MAGNESIUM CREAMS

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REACH YOUR GOALS

Explore our range of magnesium recovery products.

FAQ

EVERYDAY POST-WORKOUT GUIDE

01

Stretching & Foam Rolling

Reduce muscle tension, increase blood flow, and promote healing by stretching & foam rolling.

02

Maintain Hydration

Drinking plenty of water is important for muscle recovery as it helps flush out toxins, transport nutrients to your muscles, and keep your joints lubricated.
Make sure to drink enough water before, during, and after your workout to support muscle recovery.

03

Control Nutrition

Eating a diet rich in protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats can also help to support muscle recovery. Protein is essential for repairing damaged muscle tissue, while carbohydrates provide the energy needed for recovery, and
healthy fats support joint and tissue health.

04

Relax Into Adequate Sleep

Sleep is the time when your body repairs and rebuilds itself, including muscle tissue. During sleep, your body produces growth hormone, which helps to repair and rebuild muscle tissue. Additionally, sleep can help to reduce inflammation,
which is crucial for reducing muscle soreness and speeding up recovery.

The National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours of sleep per night for adults. This may vary based on individual needs, but the key is to get enough sleep to allow your body to repair and rebuild.

05

Coat with Magnesium Before and After

Don't let sore muscles stop you! Take your recovery everywhere with our magnesium creams and sprays.

01

Stretching & Foam Rolling

Reduce muscle tension, increase blood flow, and promote healing by stretching & foam rolling.

02

Maintain Hydration

Drinking plenty of water is important for muscle recovery as it helps flush out toxins, transport nutrients to your muscles, and keep your joints lubricated.
Make sure to drink enough water before, during, and after your workout to support muscle recovery.

03

Control Nutrition

Eating a diet rich in protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats can also help to support muscle recovery. Protein is essential for repairing damaged muscle tissue, while carbohydrates provide the energy needed for recovery, and
healthy fats support joint and tissue health.

04

Relax Into Adequate Sleep

Sleep is the time when your body repairs and rebuilds itself, including muscle tissue. During sleep, your body produces growth hormone, which helps to repair and rebuild muscle tissue. Additionally, sleep can help to reduce inflammation,
which is crucial for reducing muscle soreness and speeding up recovery.

The National Sleep Foundation recommends 7-9 hours of sleep per night for adults. This may vary based on individual needs, but the key is to get enough sleep to allow your body to repair and rebuild.

05

Coat with Magnesium Before and After

Don't let sore muscles stop you! Take your recovery everywhere with our magnesium creams and sprays.