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Fitness Oil Young Living
I love working out, but I am always looking for something to help with the aches and pains associated with my fitness routine. I don’t want to take Motrin after every workout, because I try to keep my supplements as natural as possible. That’s why I can’t wait to test out this new fitness oil. It calms, soothes, energizes, restores, and those are all the things I’m looking for in a good post-workout supplement.

Do you ever feel like you just need something else to compliment all your hard work? If so, check out this new essential oil, and let me know what you think!

Young Living Fitness Oil:

This blend, as specially formulated by D. Gary Young, will help you take action, reach milestones, and achieve your dreams when it comes to your fitness goals. Designed to uplift, energize, and give you the inspiration to set and achieve your strength and fitness goals.


What’s in the Fitness Oil Blend & What Does It Do?

– Cypress
This oils refreshing aroma restores feelings of security and stability. This oil can be very comforting during the winter season.

– Copal Cabaiba
This South American essential oil aids digestion and can supports the body’s natural response to injury and irritation.

– Cistus
This oil is calming and uplifting with a soft honey like scent, as well as helpful for meditation and focus.

– Marjoram
This calming oil has a warming effect on the mind and body. Great for post-workout because it soothes tense muscles.

– Basil
Basil refreshes the mind and restores alertness.

– Idaho Blue Spruce
This oil has a pleasing evergreen aroma that relaxes the mind and body.

– Clary Sage
Clary sage aids in relaxation and imparts feelings of tranquility.

– Black Pepper
This oil has a  a pungent, crisp aroma that is comforting and energizing. It is supportive of the digestive system and is useful topically for soothing muscle discomfort following exercise.

– Nutmeg
Nutmeg is comforting and soothing, nutmeg helps boost energy. It also supports nervous and endocrine systems and prostaglandin balance.

– Peppermint
One of the oldest and most highly regarded herbs for soothing digestion. Alan Hirsch MD studied peppermint’s ability to directly affect the brain’s satiety center, which triggers a sensation of fullness after meals. This oil is both invigorating and energizing.

– Balsam Fir
Calms and rejuvenates the mind, while uplifting the spirit.


Now that you know more about this essential oil, what would you use it for? Pre-workout? Post-workout? All of the above?

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