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How to Get Rid of Soreness And Keep Training to Get Fit, Lean, and Strong

By January 28, 2019October 8th, 2020No Comments

We have all experienced that one workout or game that left us completely out of commission. The constant aching in our bodies makes it hard to move and is not a pleasant feeling. So what do you do? Below are a few tips to help you get over the soreness day a bit quicker. A personal trainer in Richmond Gym can give you helpful tips on this matter.

Foam roll
Grab a foam roller, or any stiff tube-like object, and get rolling! Foam rolling is like a self-massage with hopes to loosen up tight muscles. Roll slowly over top of sore muscles until the soreness decreases or goes away. A personal trainer in Richmond can show you how to use a foam roller.

Light static stretches
Performing light stretches of the muscle generally alleviates the dull pain that comes with delayed onset muscle soreness. Going through these stretches also help with increasing a bit of range of motion as well. A personal trainer in Richmond can show you a few stretches for soreness.

Rake leaves
General movement, but light intensity, is probably the best way to get through soreness days. Light movement moves blood into the muscles, delivers nutrients and eliminate wastes from the muscle. Be sure the intensity is low so that the soreness feeling is kept down.

By Marco Ng, Personal Trainer at Crux Fitness
Crux Fitness is the Best, Top Rated Personal Training Studio in Richmond,.

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