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10 Workout Boosting Juicing Recipes

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Here are some great juicing recipes to power your workouts. These recipes pack a lot of punch and they will fuel your pre and post-workout routines.

Preparation of these juices will depend on your juicer model, as they are all different in requirements for cutting, speed settings and order in which to juice.

Get juicing!


1. Magnesium Magic

Too many of us don’t get enough magnesium, yet this micronutrient plays an essential role in a solid workout.

If you’re looking to find a way of sneaking more of this mineral into your diet,
this represents a fantastic way to do so.


Large Handful Of Parsley 3 leaves of chard
1 Cup Watermelon
4 carrots
1 Peach
2 Celery Stalks Including The Leafy Tops
1 Lemon


2. Dynamite Blend 

Stop reaching for a sports drink after your exercise, and start making this antioxidant-and vitamin C rich juice instead.

It’s super rich in all your essential vitamins and minerals.


1 Orange
2 Kale Leaves (or collard greens leaves)
1 Green Apple
1 Lemon
1 Lime
4 Broccoli Florets (including stems and leaves)


3. Repair and Recovery 

This is nature’s best antidote for aiding recovery so that you can go again soon.

It helps to repair muscle and tissue damage and makes your body tougher over the long-term.


1 Green Apple
1⁄2 Cup Strawberries
1⁄2 Pound Of Organic Tart Cherries 2 Celery Stalks
4 Kale Leaves
1⁄2 Cucumber
1⁄2 Lemon

4. The Red Resurrector

Tomato juice is super rich in electrolytes, and ideal for maintaining proper hydration during and before a workout.

Tomatoes also have many other health benefits and essential antioxidants to prevent chronic disease.

This juice includes an added boost from coconut water, which is naturally rich in electrolytes, so you can skip the sports drink and get your energy from juice instead.


1 Lemon
5 Medium Carrots
2 Tomatoes
1 Cucumber (super hydration) Handful Of Cilantro
1/ Cup Of Coconut Water

5. Beet Power Juice


  •  3 carrots

  •  3 kale leaves

  •  1 Beet Including Leafy Tops

  •  1” Piece of Fresh Ginger

  •  1 Garlic Clove

  •  1Lime

  •  1⁄2 Grapefruit

6. Post Workout Bliss Juice

Another great all natural post-workout recovery blend.


  •  2 Beets (nitric-oxide to oxygenate the blood)

  •  2 Pears

  •  1" piece of ginger (anti-inflammatory)

  •  1 Handful Of Spinach (strong bones)

  •  1 cucumber (super hydration)

7. Pre-Workout Energy Blast Juice

Get all the energy you need for your intense workouts with this refreshing blend.


  •  3 Beets

  •  2 Large Carrots

  •  2 Green Apples

  •  2" Piece of Fresh Ginger

  •  1/4 Lemon

  •  1/4 Lime

8. Iron Infusion Juice

This juice is loaded with healthy iron rich vegetables for healthy production of hemoglobin, healthy red blood cells, and fighting fatigue.


  •  1 Apple

  •  1 Orange

  •  6 to 7 Spinach leaves

  •  1/2 Beet Including The Leafy Tops

9. Green Iron Power Juice

Another iron rich blend, with super healthy greens and ginger that fights inflammation.


  •  35 Spinach Leaves

  •  25 Sprigs Of Fresh Mint

  •  15 Sprigs Of Fresh Coriander

  •  1/2 Lime

  •  1" Piece Of Ginger

  •  1/2 Lemon

10. Vitamin D Infusion Juice

Get your vitamin D fix from this blend.


  •  Handful Of Kale leaves

  •  Handful Of Spinach Leaves

  •  1 kohlrabi

  •  1 Cucumber

  •  1 Mango

  •  1 Grapefruit

  •  1 Peach

Juicing is a quick and convenient way to get all those micronutrients you need.

You can make enough juice for 2 or 3 days and take it along to the gym in a thermos or have it within easy reach in your fridge when you come back from a run.

Its convenience can’t be beat, eliminating the time and inclination to chew up to 3 or 4 bowls of vegetables every day.

Juicing is something that helps you to reach your goals. It is enjoyable - most people love it - and you can experiment as much as you want.

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