Active individuals know that muscle soreness is a regular aspect of intense sports and workouts. While many sports enthusiasts are diligent about properly warming up the body prior to exercise and sport and always follow through on a warm down and thorough stretching routine, many of us are not. Sometimes, there isn’t enough time post-game, or you find stretching doesn’t do the trick when it comes to muscle soreness. Referred to as DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness), post-exercise muscle soreness can range from mild to excruciating. For many, muscle sorenesscan put a damper on your lifestyle and your desire to stay active. Massage therapy is excellent, but it can be challenging to get an appointment, and repeat treatments get expensive. While proper training and pre and post-workout care are critical, there is another option to taking care of those aching muscles.
Running is one of the fantastic sports if one desires to get fit, feel restored, and stay healthy. It is also the easiest and effective exercise for people struggling to achieveweight loss. But surprisingly, most people only have a vague understanding of running, and most of the time, it is taken for granted. But, once you have learned the fundamentals of running, you will see the wonders it can do.
Some of us are still stuck with quarantine these days and have plenty of spare time to use for something more beneficial. So, why don’t you take advantage of this opportunity to spend some on yourself and lose extra body fat? The opportunity is right in front of you, and all you have to do is jump in.
“Arms Day… Legs Day…” perhaps you’ve heard other people comment on what “day” in their weekly training routine they are on, or maybe you even have a routine yourself that divides your focus onto different muscle groups on a rotating basis.