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<strong>Best Ways You Can Avoid Getting Sore After a Workout</strong>

Best Ways You Can Avoid Getting Sore After a Workout

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We all know that saying ‘no pain, no gain’. Well, this isn’t necessarily true at all! Sure, feeling some soreness does mean that you properly worked out properly, but it doesn’t mean that if you don’t feel the pain, you haven’t worked out enough. Pain just means that your muscles have sustained some damage, but don’t fret, this is an entirely normal occurrence. However, this muscle soreness can be lessened a great deal. If you want to know how then keep reading. What factors contribute to muscular soreness post workout? Muscle soreness is something that may affect anybody, whether they are just starting out with exercise or are seasoned athletes who have recently increased the volume, intensity, or length of their workouts. Microtears form in the working muscle as a result of...