Our expert says:
Have you worked out the reason for the deficiency? That's very rare, unless there is a condition that has been diagnosed. Very few people are deficient, because our heart needs potassium especially to function properly. If there is a condition, then it needs medical treatment first, that's the biggest priority.
As for muscles, again, I think you need to sort out the condition first, because you're just fighting physiology if it's true that your potassium and magnesium is low. Obviously, correct that first with supplements (and a doctor's supervision) and then build into a training programme. There's no secret, and sadly no short cut, just a very slow start and build up.
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