The Open 2023 is approaching and it's time for athletes to get ready for the big event!

In this post, top Team FITAID Athletes share their tips for success in the Open.

Athletes such as Kelsey Kiel, Nienke van Overveld, Lazar Djukic, Linda Keesman, Emma Lawson, and Sydney Wells all share their advice on how to prepare and perform your best.

Some of the tips include:

Read on to see tips for each of the athletes on #TeamFITAID

Athlete Tips for the Open 2023

Athlete: Kelsey Kiel


3x CrossFit Games Team Athlete: Nienke van Overveld


2x top 10 finisher at The CrossFit Games: Lazar Djukic


CrossFit Athlete: Linda Keesman


2022 Rookie of the Year
: Emma Lawson


Sydney Wells: 


And certainly - pack your gym bag or pick up a FITAID at your gym! FITAID drinks are a great choice for active recovery days and post-workout routines. They contain no artificial sweeteners, with no sucralose or aspartame or Ace-K, and have clean caffeine from green tea extract.

Overall, the message is clear - give it your all, have fun, and be proud of your effort regardless of the outcome.

With these tips from experienced athletes, you'll be well on your way to success in the Open 2023.

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What's for dinner? How about this...

Keto Banana Bread Recipe?

Ok, well it is not exactly a "meal" - unless you eat the entire loaf. And don't worry, we won't judge you if you do!


  • Cooking spray for the pan (such as avocado oil spray)
  • 3 large eggs
  • 3 large very ripe bananas well mashed (1.5 cups)
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2 cups blanched finely ground almond flour (8 oz)
  • 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda


  • Preheat your oven to 350°F. Line a small loaf pan (8.5 X 4.5 inches) with parchment paper strips, leaving an overhang on each side of the pan. Lightly spray the lined pan with oil.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs, mashed bananas, vanilla, and sweetener.
  • Gradually whisk in the almond flour, cinnamon, kosher salt, and finally the baking soda. Whisk until smooth.
  • Using a rubber spatula, transfer the batter to the prepared pan. Gently tap the pan on the countertop to evenly distribute the batter.
  • Bake the banana bread until browned and set, and a toothpick inserted in its center comes out dry, 40-50 minutes.
  • Using the excess parchment paper as handles, carefully remove the banana bread from the pan and transfer it to a wire rack. Carefully remove the parchment, to allow air to circulate.
  • Cool the bread completely on the cooling rack for about 2 hours. Slice it into 12 slices and serve.


Once the bread is completely cool, slice it. Then place the slices in an airtight container, separating layers with wax paper. You can keep them this way in the fridge for up to 4 days.

You can also freeze the slices in freezer bags. Again, if layering, separate the layers with wax paper.


And don't forget your ice-cold FITAID to wash it down! 


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What's for dinner? How about...

Quinoa Stuffed Peppers



  1. High a large skillet to medium high heat.
  2. Add avocado oil to the pan along with onions. Saute until translucent, about 2-3 minutes then add garlic and saute for 30 seconds.
  3. Next, add ground beef to the pan, breaking up with wooden spoon. Cook until no longer pink, approximately 3-4 minutes.
  4. Then add in green pepper, red pepper, tomato paste, quinoa, fire roasted tomato, beef broth, water, dry basil, dry oregano, fennel seeds, salt and pepper. Stir everything together.
  5. Cover and bring to boil. Reduce heat to simmer for 15 minutes.
  6. Once quinoa is cooked through top with 1 cup of shredded cheese and cover. Cook an additional 2 minutes until cheese is melted. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley.
  7. Serve.
  8. Pair with an ICE-COLD Fitaid & voila!
See that was easy!

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What's for dinner? How about...

Salmon Patties!

These air fryer salmon patties are a healthy alternative to regular beef burgers!

Some call them salmon patties, to others, they’re croquettes. No matter what you call them, give this recipe a shot and let us know how it goes.

Air Fryer Salmon Patties

Salmon patties are golden and crispy on the outside, soft and flaky on the inside, and delicious in every bite.

They’re nutritious, to boot! Salmon is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Read more about why FITAID has Omega-3s HERE Frying it in oil adds so many calories, though. The solution? Use the air fryer. You’ll still get that crunchy outer crust, but without all that oil. It’s a win-win!


Right to the recipe:


Is it getting hot in here?

Stretching before exercise | The Science of Warming Up

What is the science behind warming up before you exercise?

Warming up before exercise is important as it prepares your body for physical activity and can help reduce the risk of injury. The science behind warming up is rooted in physiology and biomechanics.
When you warm up, your body experiences a series of physiological changes that help prepare it for exercise. These changes include increased blood flow to the muscles, increased heart rate, and increased body temperature. These changes help to increase the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, which can help to improve muscle function and performance.


Warming up also helps to increase muscle elasticity, which can reduce the risk of injury. This is because warm muscles are more pliable and less likely to tear or strain during exercise. Warming up also helps to reduce muscle stiffness, which can improve flexibility and range of motion.


Additionally, warming up can help to improve mental readiness and focus. This is because the act of warming up can help to increase the release of endorphins, which can improve mood and reduce feelings of anxiety and stress.

Warming up before exercise is important as it prepares your body for physical activity and can help reduce the risk of injury. A proper warm-up should last 5 to 10 minutes and should include both dynamic and static stretching exercises.

Here is a comprehensive list of the best ways to warm up for exercise:

Dynamic Stretching:

High knees

Butt kicks


Leg swings

Arm circles

Aerobic Exercise:

Jumping jacks


Jump rope


Sport-Specific Movements:

If you are going to play basketball, shooting some hoops and dribbling can be a great warm-up.

If you are going to play soccer, practicing passing and dribbling can be a good warm-up.

Static Stretching:

Hamstring stretch

Quad stretch

Calf stretch

Groin stretch


It is important to warm up properly before exercise as it helps to increase blood flow to the muscles, increase heart rate, and increase body temperature. This can help to reduce muscle stiffness and improve overall performance during exercise.


It is also important to listen to your body and modify your warm-up routine as needed. If you have any specific physical limitations or injuries, be sure to consult with a healthcare professional to determine the best warm-up routine for you.


Here are some scientific references that support the benefits of warming up before exercise:

  1. Lees, A., & Hopkins, W. G. (2010). The importance of warm-up for athletic performance. Sports Medicine, 40(12), 953-964.
  2. Gleim, G. W., & McHugh, M. P. (1997). Flexibility and its influence on sports injury and performance. Sports Medicine, 24(5), 289-299.
  3. Green, J. S., & Pargman, D. (2001). The influence of stretching on performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 15(4), 402-409.
  4. Jakobsen, M. D., Olesen, J. L., & Saltin, B. (2009). Warm-up, physical performance and muscle metabolic responses. Journal of Applied Physiology, 106(3), 876-884.

These references provide evidence for the benefits of warming up before exercise, including improved performance, reduced risk of injury, and increased flexibility and range of motion. By incorporating a proper warm-up routine into your exercise routine, you can help to improve your overall performance and reduce the risk of injury.


FITAID Drinks and Muscle Recovery

FITAID drinks are a great choice for active recovery days and post-workout routines. They contain no artificial sweeteners, with no sucralose or aspartame or Ace-K, and have clean caffeine from green tea extract.

Meditation and Post-Workout Recovery:

The Science and Benefits of meditation for sports & post-workout recovery

Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years, originating in ancient India and then spreading to China, Japan, and other countries. In recent years, it has gained popularity as a tool for managing stress, improving mental health, and optimizing physical performance. In this article, we'll explore the science behind meditation and how it can be used in post-workout recovery. We'll answer common questions like: What is the science behind meditation? Where did meditation originate? Does meditation really work? What is guided meditation? Is meditation the same thing as praying? And finally, we'll recommend some meditation apps and highlight famous athletes who use meditation.



What is the science behind meditation?

Meditation has been shown to have a number of positive effects on the body and brain. For example, studies have found that mindfulness meditation, a type of meditation that involves focusing on the present moment, can help reduce anxiety, depression, and stress. Additionally, meditation has been shown to improve attention, memory, and cognitive flexibility. It can also increase gray matter volume in the brain, which is associated with better mental health and cognitive functioning.

Meditation can also have a profound impact on physical health. Research has shown that it can lower blood pressure, reduce inflammation, and improve immune function. These benefits are believed to result from the changes that meditation brings to the autonomic nervous system, which controls unconscious processes like heart rate and digestion.

Where did meditation originate?

Meditation originated in ancient India over 2,500 years ago as part of the Hindu and Buddhist religious traditions. In these cultures, meditation was used as a way to connect with the divine and gain inner peace. Over time, meditation has evolved into a secular practice that is used by people of all backgrounds and beliefs to improve their physical and mental well-being.

Does meditation really work?

Yes, meditation really works. There is a growing body of scientific evidence that supports the benefits of meditation for physical and mental health. Many studies have found that meditation can improve mood, reduce stress, and increase cognitive function. Additionally, meditation has been shown to have a positive impact on physical health, including lowering blood pressure, and boosting the immune system.

What is guided meditation?

Guided meditation is a type of meditation in which a trained teacher leads you through the process. Guided meditations can take many forms, including visualizations, body scans, and mindfulness exercises. They are often used to help people who are new to meditation get started and to provide a structured experience.

Is meditation the same thing as praying?

No, meditation and praying are not the same thing. While both meditation and prayer can be used to quiet the mind and connect with a higher power, they are distinct practices. Prayer is typically an act of worship or petition, whereas meditation is a mental exercise that focuses on the present moment.

What is a mantra and how is it used in meditation?

A mantra is a word or phrase that is repeated in meditation to help focus the mind. Mantras can be in any language, but are often in Sanskrit or other ancient languages. The repetition of a mantra helps to quiet the mind, reduce distractions, and bring the meditator into a state of deeper concentration and awareness.

In meditation, the mantra is repeated either out loud or silently to oneself. The act of repeating the mantra helps to focus the mind and bring the meditator into a state of relaxation and calmness. The use of a mantra can also help to bring about a sense of mental clarity and inner peace.

There are many different types of mantras that can be used in meditation, each with a different purpose or effect. Some mantras are designed to promote feelings of love and compassion, while others are used to help release negative thoughts and emotions. Some mantras are simply used as a tool to help focus the mind and bring the meditator into a state of deep concentration.

It is important to find a mantra that resonates with you personally and to use it consistently in your meditation practice. Over time, the repetition of the mantra can help to quiet the mind and bring the meditator into a state of deeper awareness and insight.

Meditation Apps

There are many meditation apps available for download that can help you start or continue a meditation practice. Some popular options include:

  1. Headspace
  2. Calm
  3. Insight Timer
  4. Stop, Breathe & Think


Famous Athletes who use Meditation

Here is a list of some athletes who have spoken publicly about their use of meditation and its benefits for their athletic performance:



  1. LeBron James, NBA player
  2. Kobe Bryant, retired NBA player
  3. Russell Wilson, NFL quarterback
  4. Novak Djokovic, tennis player
  5. Kevin Love, NBA player
  6. Michael Phelps, Olympic swimmer
  7. Abby Wambach, retired professional soccer player
  8. Andy Puddicombe, former professional rugby player and mindfulness teacher
  9. Ryan Giggs, retired professional soccer player
  10. Victor Cruz, retired NFL player

These athletes have spoken about the ways in which meditation has helped them improve their focus, concentration, and mental clarity, both on and off the field. By using meditation to calm their minds and reduce stress and anxiety, these athletes are better able to perform at their best during competitions and training.


FITAID Drinks and Muscle Recovery

FITAID drinks are a great choice for active recovery days and post-workout routines. They contain no artificial sweeteners, with no sucralose or aspartame or Ace-K, and have clean caffeine from green tea extract.


Here are some scientific references to support the claims made in the article:

  1. The benefits of mindfulness meditation on mental health:
  1. The benefits of mindfulness Meditation for Post-workout recovery & physical health:
  1. The benefits of mindfulness meditation on cognitive function:
  1. The benefits of meditation on athletic performance and Meditation for Post-workout recovery:

These are just a few examples of the many studies that support the benefits of mindfulness meditation for physical and mental health. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list and more research is needed to fully understand the effects of meditation on the body and mind.


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What's for dinner tonight? How about...

The absolute best Cauliflower Mac & Cheese - EVER

This low carb side dish is on repeat at our house- we just can’t get enough. I love how cauliflower is a versatile vegetable and can be used in numerous recipes. Cauliflower recipes have been trending for years since they’re low carb, nutritious, and basically serve as a blank slate for flavor.

What you need:

  • Cauliflower – One large head of cauliflower or two small heads. Fresh cauliflower is much better than frozen cauliflower rice for this keto cauliflower mac.
  • Olive oil – You could really use any neutral oil that you have on hand.
  • Salt + black pepper – One of the best parts of this recipe is the simplicity! It only requires minimal kitchen staple seasonings.
  • Garlic powder – Or not. If you’re a huge fan of garlic, you could certainly replace this with fresh minced garlic for a stronger flavor.
  • Onion powder – Onion powder can also be increased or decreased based on personal preference.
  • Heavy whipping cream – Helps add to the creaminess of your low carb cauliflower mac. You could also use milk if you prefer, it may change the consitency a bit. Sometimes I’ll use both and divide them in the recipe.
  • Cream cheese – If you’re trying to keep this cheesy cauliflower recipe on the healthier side, I would use a low fat cream cheese.
  • Cheese – Try a combination of Cheddar, Monterey Jack and Gruyere cheese, but feel free to choose whichever cheeses you prefer. It is also a great way to clean out the odds and ends in the fridge.


Cutting the cauliflower into smaller uniform pieces will ensure they all cook at the same rate. I also love a few crispy pieces so I cut some into even smaller pieces. You can cut your cauliflower into bigger pieces if you prefer but you will have to roast them for a little longer or settle for a snap in the middle.
Simply place the cauliflower pieces in an even layer on a baking dish lined with parchment paper or foil. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper and roast cauliflower for 15-20 minutes.
Optional:If you are a lover of that char, like me, you can opt to switch it over to broil for a quick blitz of heat. Make sure to keep a watchful eye to prevent burning- especially if you used parchment paper.



After you’ve achieved tender cauliflower, it’s time to make the gooey sauce. This is my favorite part! Use your favorite cheese combinations as long as it equals 2 1/2 cups total. This cheese sauce is straightforward to make.

    1. Whisk together the cream and cream cheese (make sure to cut into pieces so it melts faster) in a saucepan until combined.
    2. Add in the rest of the ingredients and vigorously whisk until combined and cheese is smooth. Once the sauce is melted, remove from the heat immediately. It is important to keep an eye because you don’t want to over cook it otherwise it will turn into a solid. All stovetops vary so this cheese sauce may cook a little quicker or slower depending on your stove.
    3. The last step is to combine it all together! Combine the cream sauce with the cauliflower pieces until they are well coated.


Store leftovers in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

To reheat, simply reheat in the microwave or even warm it up in the oven. If it seems a little dry, you could always add a splash of milk. You can also do this in a small saucepan over low heat on the stovetop.

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What's for dinner tonight? How about a...

Chicken Fajita Burrito Bowl

This fajita chicken burrito bowl is packed with juicy golden chicken, cilantro lime rice, avocado and a delicious dressing! perfect for meal prep!

Healthy, filling and a good-for-you Burrito Bowl comes together in minutes! Full of fresh ingredients and incredible flavor thanks to your favorite dressing, these burrito bowls are the perfect example of a healthy, hearty meal without sacrificing your taste buds.


The Chicken And Peppers:
2 tablespoons fresh squeezed lime juice

1 tablespoon oil
1 large clove garlic, minced
1/2-1 teaspoon ground chili, (adjust to your desired spice preference)
1 teaspoon each ground cumin and salt
1 tablespoon fresh chopped cilantro, (optional)
4 large chicken thighs, skinless and boneless (1 pound or 500 grams)
2 large bell peppers (or capsicums), cut into strips (I use green, red and yellow)
For The Rice:
1/2 cup long grain white rice, (or Jasmine)
1 cup chicken stock (or broth)
1 clove garlic, minced
1-2 tablespoons lime juice, (juice of 1 lime)
2-3 tablespoons finely chopped cilantro, (or parsley) -- adjust to your taste

Burrito Bowl:
5 cups Romaine lettuce leaves (or Cos) washed and strained dry

7 ounces (200 g) can black beans, washed and drained
7 ounces (200 g) corn
1/2 a red onion, chopped
1 avocado peeled, seeded and sliced
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice
1 tablespoon finely chopped cilantro, (or parsley) -- adjust to your taste
1 cloves garlic, crushed
1/2 teaspoon brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon ground Cumin
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2-1 teaspoon red chili flakes (optional)

For Chicken:
In a large shallow bowl, combine lime juice, oil, garlic, cumin, salt, chili and cilantro; mix together. Add the chicken thighs and If time allows, let marinate for 30 minutes.

Heat a large skillet or pan (12-inch | 30cm) on medium-high heat until smoking. Add a drizzle of olive oil to lightly coat the bottom of the pan. Sear the chicken on both sides until golden, charred and cooked right through (about 8 minutes per side, depending on the thickness of your fillets). Flip them a couple of times while cooking so they get a nice even char.
Transfer chicken to a warm plate, loosely tent with foil and let rest.
Add the peppers to the skillet (drizzle with a little extra oil only if needed), and cook until soft and slightly charred. Season with salt and pepper.

For Rice:
While the chicken is marinading or cooking, cook rice: Combine together the rice, chicken stock (or broth), and garlic in a pot over high heat. Mix well and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and cover with a lid until the rice is cooked through.
Fluff up rice with a fork and mix through lime juice and cilantro. Season to taste with salt and pepper, if needed.

Whisk dressing ingredients together to combine.

Combine lettuce, beans, corn, onion and peppers into 4 bowls. Slice chicken into strips and arrange into bowls. Top each with avocado slices and drizzle with dressing.

Calories: 441kcal | Carbohydrates: 47g | Protein: 12g | Fat: 17g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 2mg | Sodium: 468mg | Potassium: 248mg | Fiber: 12g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 7975IU | Vitamin C: 122mg | Calcium: 51mg | Iron: 2.9mg

what goes in a burrito bowl?

A good burrito bowl can really contain anything you like. Don’t let the long ingredients list daunt you! Just imagine all of the flavour in one bowl.

For this recipe, we used

chicken fajita flavour

Taking a note from the Best Chicken Fajitas, we used that recipe as a base to make these burrito bowls! The marinade is so incredible, you don’t need to marinate the chicken for long at all! 5 minutes or overnight, customise it to your specific needs, then sear or grill chicken until beautifully charred on the outer edges, while juicy and tender on the inside.

burrito bowl meal prep

Prefer to meal prep instead of serving your burrito bowl as a main meal? No problem!

  1. Have all of your fresh ingredients divided into 4-6 containers.
  2. Cook your chicken, peppers and rice — allow to cool and divide into containers.
  3. Prepare your dressing and pour into smaller salad dressing containers to avoid your burrito bowl going soggy.
  4. Save your avocado until ready to serve.
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What's for dinner? How about this...

Cauliflower & Kale Frittata!

Inspired by traditional Spanish tortillas made with potatoes, this healthy frittata recipe swaps potatoes for low-carb cauliflower. Serve it along with kale (or your favorite greens) for brunch or an easy breakfast-for-dinner.


Ingredient Checklist


Instructions Checklist
  • Position a rack in upper third of oven; preheat broiler to high.

  • Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large cast-iron skillet over medium heat. Add onion and cook, stirring occasionally, until starting to brown, 2 to 4 minutes. Add cauliflower and water. Cover and cook until just tender, about 6 minutes. Add kale, garlic, thyme and 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper; cook, stirring often, until the kale is wilted, 2 to 3 minutes.

  • Whisk eggs, paprika and the remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt and pepper in a large bowl. Add the vegetables to the egg mixture; gently stir to combine. Wipe the pan clean; add the remaining 1 tablespoon oil and heat over medium heat. Pour in the egg mixture and top with cheese. Cover and cook until the edges are set and the bottom is brown, 4 to 5 minutes.

  • Transfer the pan to the oven and broil until the top of the frittata is just cooked, 2 to 3 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

1/4 frittata

293 calories; protein 17.9g; carbohydrates 7.9g; dietary fiber 2.3g; sugars 2.7g; fat 21.1g; saturated fat 7.1g; cholesterol 383.2mg; vitamin a iu 2898.8IU; vitamin c 52.1mg; folate 109.7mcg; calcium 151.5mg; iron 2.7mg; magnesium 37.3mg; potassium 464.9mg; sodium 517mg; thiamin 0.1mg.

What is a float tank?

Float tanks, also known as sensory deprivation tanks, have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way to promote post-workout recovery and overall wellness.

But what exactly is a float tank and how does it work?

A float tank is a small, enclosed tank filled with a solution of highly concentrated Epsom salt and water. The high salt content allows the user to float effortlessly, creating a feeling of weightlessness and removing all sensory stimuli. This environment can promote relaxation and stress relief, as well as reducing pain and muscle soreness.

The origin of float tanks can be traced back to the 1950s when American neuroscientist and psychologist John C. Lilly began experimenting with sensory deprivation as a way to study the human brain. Over time, float tanks have evolved and become widely available for public use.

Who was John C. Lilly?
John C. Lilly (wiki) was an American physician, neuroscientist, psychoanalyst, philosopher, writer and inventor who was known for his pioneering work in the field of floatation tanks, also known as sensory deprivation tanks. He was born in 1915 and died in 2001. Dr. Lilly was one of the first people to experiment with the use of floatation tanks as a tool for inducing altered states of consciousness and exploring the nature of the mind and consciousness. He conducted extensive research into the effects of floatation on the brain and the nervous system, and his work helped lay the foundation for the development of modern floatation therapy.

So, do float tanks really work?

The science behind float tanks suggests that the sensory deprivation and reduction of stress can help improve athletic performance and aid in post-workout recovery. Floating in a float tank has been shown to reduce muscle soreness, increase circulation, and improve overall well-being.

If you're considering incorporating float tanks into your post-workout routine, it's important to note that float tanks are generally considered safe. However, it's always best to consult with a medical professional if you have any concerns or medical conditions.

The cost of a float tank session can vary, with some float centers offering single sessions or monthly memberships. It's important to research the different options available and find a float center that meets your needs and budget.

After a float tank session, it's important to rehydrate and replenish your body's nutrients. This is where FITAID comes in. FITAID is a drink that is specifically designed to aid in post-workout recovery and contains no artificial sweeteners, no sucralose or aspartame, and clean caffeine from green tea extract. The electrolytes and vitamins in FITAID, such as turmeric, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, biotin, vitamin D3, quercetin, CoQ10, calcium, omega 3s, vitamin E, glucosamine, BCAAs, L-arginine, L-glutamine, green tea extract, and thiamin, can help aid in muscle recovery and promote overall wellness.

Are there any famous athletes who use float tanks?

There are many professional athletes who use float tanks as part of their recovery and wellness routine. Some well-known athletes who have publicly stated their use of float tanks include Steph Curry, LeBron James, and Kevin Love. Many athletes use float tanks to help manage pain, reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, and enhance recovery after intense physical activity. Additionally, some athletes have reported improved focus, performance, and creativity after floating, which is why it has become a popular recovery tool for many athletes in various sports.

What is a sensory deprivation tank is that the same thing as a float tank?

Yes, sensory deprivation tank and float tank are synonyms and refer to the same thing. It is a type of tank filled with a solution of water and Epsom salt that allows a person to float effortlessly, creating a sensation of weightlessness. The idea is to eliminate external stimuli and create an environment for deep relaxation and meditation.

In conclusion, float tanks can be a valuable tool in post-workout recovery and promoting overall wellness. The science behind float tanks suggests that the sensory deprivation and reduction of stress can help reduce muscle soreness, increase circulation, and improve athletic performance. By incorporating float tanks into your post-workout routine and replenishing your body with FITAID, you can optimize your fitness and training for optimal results.

Note: As of the knowledge cutoff date, there is limited scientific evidence available on the benefits of float tanks for post-workout recovery. Further research is needed to fully understand their effects and potential benefits.