Mountain biking champion, Cindy Montambault is hyperactive and very busy! Meticulous and passionate, in her career as in the trails she roams around the world, she goes through many ups and downs, but her ascent as an athlete and as a human being is undeniable!
5 tips to reduce jet lag effects with ambassador athletes Cindy Montambault and Sarah-Jeanne Meunier-Bédard. Whether it's for vacation or for a competition, if our destination is located in a time zones that differ from where we live, we are likely to suffer from circadian arrhythmia, or commonly referred to the effects of jet lag.
Meet our athlete ambassador Cindy Montambault who shares her thoughts around daily actions and advice for staying at the peak of your game in order to perform during competition. Cindy is currently 107th in the world ranking for mountain biking. She is an inspiring and persevering athlete and she know what she's talking about as Cindy is also a certified massage therapist.
In the body, the effort continues after exercise because for muscle cells, all the work remains to be done to rebuild. We must evacuate the waste produced by our muscles and repair the damaged fibres. Whatever its level and discipline, it is therefore crucial to recover well.