How to stop feeling sore after a workout
Almost every time I am working out, I always tend to feel some sort sore. For example sometimes my back and my neck hurts. This makes it hard at times for me to even sit down properly. But I only have those types of symptoms when I am training intensely and I want to lose a certain amount of weight quickly. Persons always tell me that one of the reasons that they don’t exercise regularly is due to the fact that they are afraid of all those aches. Especially when they are about to get to work after. They fear that the pain might persists over long periods of time to prevent them from doing their day jobs properly.
But like everything else in life there is always a way to get around problems and this one is no exception. In a post written on cosmopolitan by lauren smith. It shows simple tips that you can do to prevent these kinds of aches or even minimize it. Here is an excerpt from this really good post.
8 hacks to stop feeling so sore after a workout
Hitting the gym? Then you’ve probably experienced DOMS – that’s Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, aka the hellish aching and pains you get after a tough workout.
It’s worth noting that not EVERYONE gets DOMS, and some people get it worse than others (hello, not being able to sit down on the loo after a heavy squat session the day before). So don’t sweat too much if you’ve been lunging the sh*t out of the gym but are still able to walk the next day.
But if you do get sore after your workouts, there are a few tried and tested remedies that can help ease the pain. Personal Trainer at Reach Fitness and former professional rugby player Ollie Frost explains Continue reading…..
If you read that post you will find some really great tips that you never even realized could help you out with your sore issues. By now you should know that I am fitness enthusiasts. I will always share great posts with you guys when I see one. I wish you all the best with your fitness goals.
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Written by: Mark