12 Days of AHF Christmas: Eleven Dr. Hoy’s gels a-soothing

12 Days of AHF Christmas: Eleven Dr. Hoy’s gels a-soothing

Editor’s note: To help get our loyal Internet followers ready for Christmas, and let them know about the many great deals available through At Home Fitness, I’m revealing the 12 days of AHF Christmas. Here’s Day 11:

On the eleventh day of Christmas, At Home Fitness sent to me Eleven Dr. Hoy’s gels a-soothing, Ten free weights a-clanging, Nine ellipticals gliding, Eight machines for-rowing, Seven bikes a-spinning, Six treadmills a-churning, Five golden dumbbells, Four exercise mats, Three vibration machines, Two home gyms, And A sales associate with a great fitness plan for me for me.

I’ve thrown a whole lot of workout equipment ideas at readers so far in my 12 Days of At Home Fitness. Anyone wanting the best deals and information on fitness equipment should consult the highly trained sales associates at At Home Fitness.
However, if you use even a fraction of the equipment on my list of Christmas ideas, chances are you’ll develop some aches and pains.
One great way to aid in the relaxation of muscles prior to and after physical activity is Doctor Hoy‘s pain relief gel
Dr. Hoy’s gel is by far the best I’ve used and is available in a variety of sizes through At Home Fitness.
Because menthol leads to an increase in blood circulation and oxygen flow, applying the product can be very beneficial in many situations. For example, when muscles contract, the cells within the muscle use more oxygen and produce more waste products. An increase in blood circulation aided by Dr. Hoy’s will allow the muscles to get the needed oxygen and also assist in removing the increase in waste produced by the muscles.
According to information provided by Dr. Hoy’s, founder Bruce Haughey (pronounced Hoy) recognized that there weren’t many skin care products on the market that contained sufficient amounts of quality ingredients at a reasonable price.
In the early 1990s, he began to develop such products. Although Bruce was not a medical doctor, he came from a family of doctors where health and well being have always been important. Today, Doctor Hoy’s has many faithful customers who swear by the wonderful product and high quality ingredients used.
Doctor Hoy’s is a natural pain relief gel that contains high quality ingredients. The ingredients have a synergistic effect unlike anything on the market today. It is a water-based product that contains no oil or petroleum, so there won’t be a messy or greasy residue after using the product. In addition, it won’t stain your clothing or leave a lingering odor.
Being water-based allows it to easily be absorbed into the tissue where applied resulting in a faster acting, more effective product.
The Active Ingredients in Dr. Hoy’s include Menthol USP natural crystals (5%), Camphor USP natural crystals (5%), Distilled water (purified by boiling and then recondensed), Hamamelis Virginiana (witch hazel extract- astringent), Isopropyl Alcohol, Arnica Montana (1%), Oleyl Alcohol and Zanthoxylum Alatum , Bio-saccharide Gum, Vegetable Glycerin, Ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP copolymer, Beta Cyclodextrin, Menthol, Potassium Hydroxide, Mannitol, Cellulose obtained from plants, Chromium Hydroxide, Tocopheryl Acetate and Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose.
I’m no scientist and would never claim to be, but I am an avid fitness enthusiast who’s been lifting weights and exercising most of my life.
And all of these ingredients in Dr. Hoy’s come together wonderfully to make the by far the greatest sports gel I’ve used.

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

On the twelfth day of Christmas, At Home Fitness sent to me Twelve workers assembling, Eleven Dr. Hoy’s gels a-soothing, Ten free weights a-clanging, Nine ellipticals gliding, Eight machines for-rowing, Seven bikes a-spinning, Six treadmills a-churning, Five golden dumbbells, Four exercise mats, Three vibration machines, Two home gyms, And A sales associate with a great fitness plan for me!

At Home Fitness consultant Aaron Dorksen’s blog deals with a variety of fitness topics, ranging from workout tips, motivational ideas and feature stories on how exercise impacts people’s lives. E-mail him with comments, questions or ideas for future blogs at aaron@athomefitness.com

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