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Monday, August 20, 2012
8 Ways to Prevent Muscle Soreness
Are you super sore after a hard workout? Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) can make you feel the burn while your muscles recover and rebuild. But, if you take the necessary steps after your workout, you can go all out without paying for it later. Here are 8 easy ways to ease postworkout pain. www.JohnHallStudios.com But in a pinch, a glass of chocolate milk will suffice. When the sugar from the drink is consumed the sugar increases your insulin levels which allow your red blood cells to open and transport the protein and sugars into your muscles to restore that supply, the protein piggybacks to jump-start the recovery process." 3) www.JohnHallStudios.com 6)Get heated. Heat increases circulation especially wet heat. Focused heat in a jacuzzi, where you can hit areas like joints that don't normally get a lot of circulation. Just don't jump in the hot tub immediately after a workout, because the heat will increase inflammation, and the jets can pound your already-damaged muscles. 7)Move it. Don't be tempted to plant yourself on the couch because it will only result in more muscle soreness and stiffness. Circulation promotes healing, so it helps to get your heart pumping—just don't overdo it. "Active recovery" is low-intensity exercise that gets your blood flowing without taxing your muscles. What qualifies as low-intensity? A gentle yoga class, going for a walk or a easy bike ride are good options.