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Should I Workout When I’m Sore? (5 WAYS TO FIX MUSCLE SORENESS)

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We’ve received a lot of questions along the lines of ‘should I workout when I’m sore’. Muscle soreness following workouts is technically called delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS for short. It is very common to be sore after exercise especially if you’ve just started back up with a new workout program. This video will show you how to fix muscle soreness and answer the question ‘should I work out when I’m sore.’

When it comes to muscle soreness, it’s important to know that some types of movement are not only okay to do during muscle soreness recovery, but they may actually help get rid of muscle soreness. Should you train when sore? Well, we’ll show you how to relieve DOMS with a few specific types of movement that fix muscle soreness. One type is dynamic stretching and another way is to work the opposite part of your body of the one that is sore. Doing these types of activities when you are sore after working out will help get your blood flowing and speed healing.

We’ve also got some other great muscle soreness recovery tips for you. If you want to know how to recover from muscle soreness more quickly these recovery tips will surely help. First make sure you are staying hydrated to help with sore muscles. Second you can apply light massage and ice to the areas that are hurting in order to recover from muscle soreness. If you are looking for a complete program that gives you best workouts, nutrition and recovery tips, check out our MAX/Shred program https://athleanx.com/max-shred

Here are our best muscle recovery tips:

1) Do Dynamic Stretching
2) Stay Hydrated
3) Light Massage
4) Ice
5) Work Upper Body

For all the best ways to get rid of DOMS subscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/womensworkouts

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