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National pain week is upon us – a week designed to improve the quality of care for people in pain. I thought this would be a good time to address the issue of pain after exercise and focus on how to manage and reduce it.
Muscle soreness after exercise is most likely to occur after you do something different, such as at the beginning of an exercise program, after a long layoff, when you perform a new type of exercise, or when you increase the duration or intensity of exercise.
This type of soreness can often take a day or two to set in, and it will vary in intensity from person to person. Here’s my list of ten things you can do to ease the discomfort and speed recovery when experiencing pain after exercise:
Are you often sore after exercise? Do you employ any of these strategies or have any unique methods of your own?
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