Recently, CrossFit games champions, Mat Fraser and Tia-Clair Toomey, are supporting the benefits of CBD Beam brand. They conducted an interview session to discuss the recovery process from CBD, such as better sleep, relaxation, and reduced comfort.
Mat Fraser has won the CrossFit championship four times, whereas, Toomey has won the tournament three times. Both champions are entirely involved in the CBD Beam brand because it helps to recover their bodies with great sleep. Therefore, it improves the performance of them in the games.
CrossFit is one of the challenging and demanding games which needs recovery after the training. Fraser and Toomey reside in Cookeville with Shane Orr, and they have their training sessions together at CrossFit Mayhem. Toomey is the fittest woman on Earth, and she is more like a challenge to Fraser and Orr. Toomey said that it is excellent to have this much experience in these games.
CBD products are essential for athletic recovery, rest, and wellness. The Beam brand offers CBD products like salves, protein bars, and THC-free tinctures to the consumers. The hemp plant is used to extract CBD or cannabis. Its medicinal properties can help an athlete to get good sleep, recovery from discomfort, and relaxation.
According to Toomey, sleep is a significant factor in the recovery process. It is mandatory to sleep for 8 to 10 hours. Fraser said that if we get only six hours of sleep, then it affects the performance. But, CBD is pain relief and increase the effectiveness of the endocannabinoid system and helps in balancing the body. These products are also helpful in DOMS (Delayed Onset of Muscle Soreness).
Toomey and Fraser also discussed the effects of CBD on the nervous system. It helps in relieving stress and anxiety, decreasing the levels of cortisol and improves the mood. Toomey said that the recovery sessions are very light and have low volume exercise to activate the body recovery responses. But, their body is not meant for complete rest. Instead, it is required to move every day and doing casual exercise to keep the blood flowing and reducing stress.
Toomey also said that micronutrients are crucial for the health and performance of athletes. The right food helps in energy transfer and protein synthesis that are keys to fitness and strength. She consumes whole foods like fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, etc., and avoids junk food, sodas, etc.