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“Good” Pain versus “Bad” Pain While some level of discomfort can indicate exercise intensity, pain doesn’t always mean gain, and here’s why. Let me start by clarifying a very important difference between “good” and “bad” exercise pain. In essence, every successful person has dealt with the pain of rejection. What matters most is how you use it to develop your character and tune your business muscles. “No.

The key to safe exercise with joint pain is to start low and go slow. Start low means working out for just a few minutes at a time every other day. You could try taking a 5-minute walk at first. No pain, no gain.

While they purport to be “inspiring,” these phrases can shame people into believing that their self-worth is dictated by how hard they go in the gym. According to Williams, this is the only form of pain during a workout that is acceptable and sometimes even necessary. Long-lasting pain or soreness for days after a workout is unnecessary and can lead to overtraining and injury. “You don’t have to have pain to get results,” said Williams. “ No pain, no gain” only applies to exceptional situations and sometimes in competitive sports.

While it is generally true that very hard training is needed in most areas to achieve big training gains, pain should always be avoided. It is important that you listen to your body and not ignore signals like pain. If you’ve been trained in the unfortunate art of no pain, no gain, you might think your lack of results is because you’re not pushing yourself hard enough. Let me offer another perspective. You mention that you’re “mostly” Primal.

What does that look like for you? Grains here and there? A few beers on the weekends? Baked goods on holidays?There’s some truth to the expression “no pain, no gain.” You break muscle down to build it up.

God has a gym, if you will, and in his gym, he breaks things down to build them up. There are times in life when we go through trials and suffering, and we don’t like it one bit. We go into it kicking and screaming, saying, “Lord, no.

Not again!I’ve heard it said that “pain is just weakness leaving the body,” and with respect to physical training that might just be true. When I was a young competitive athlete, the “no pain, no gain” philosophy was the standard expectation in the gym. If I wanted to get bigger, faster and stronger, I had to experience some pain. Does the old adage “No pain, no gain” have any validity?

The answer is that it depends. It really depends on the type of pain and the type of gain you are talking about. Let’s look at the pain first. In weightlifting and in life in general there are two kinds of pain.

One is the pain you get with an acute or chronic injury.

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In this sense, “no pain, no gain” is a true statement.

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But no gain comes without pain.

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Perhaps “No gain with negative pain” is a better mindset.

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The cliché, “No pain no gain,” suggests that gain validates the pain we incur.

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The popular maxim “No pain,no gain”doesn’t applyto Yoga.“No gain with negative pain” isa better mindset.

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No pain, no gain!

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This is frequently expressed by the motto “No pain, no gain”.

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“No pain, no gain” is not always true!

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No pain does not mean no gain.

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  • If I have to use the incline bench and I see a joker using all the plates just to roll it around best believe I will escort him out myself.

  • Always a good sign when someone can’t super the weight they’re about to squat as soon as they get it off the rack

    And they’re not wearing a weight belt

    And they’re old enough to be your dad

  • Man farts before working out on film turns into man choking himself out almost dying and letting out a few farts while choking all red in the face. Hahahahahahahahaha

  • Everybody hates on the oil injecting bodybuilders but nobody offers ways for them to minimize self harm. “Limbs over Likes” whats the point of creating a life for yourself if you have to give yours up in retribution.

  • You want good results you have to push your limits period. If you don’t then you’re just gonna be spinning your wheels. How else are you gonna get stronger if you don’t push past what you did before. That is the essence of progression

  • Honestly featuring people dancing on the tread mill and doing their goofy cardio. Is why most of those people dont go back to the gym.

  • Haha the guy that counted he’s reps reminded me of a lad I used to train with and he use to ask me to shout at him to encourage him and he also wanted me to shout he’s reps out for him haha I felt rect and I wdnt do it ��

  • I would smack the shit out of these people if they did this shit at my gym and let me tell you I wouldn’t be the only one. God damn…

  • Yeah, uh, that is NOT how you do a military press. It IS a good way to crack your skull open if you drop it.
    As for the other idiots, when I’m at the gym, if you want to act like an idiot, that’s up to you.

  • The dude in the last clip did one of the worst deadlifts i’ve ever seen. He didnt even had a straight back in the starting position and who tf uses a mixed grip writh straps.

  • Soooo many leg presses with a 3mm range of motion, stacked up with lots of plates not only useless but counterproductive and sometimes dangerous.��

  • ”Here we are getting ready for the oilympics!” Holy sh*t! Just discovered your channel this morning, man, you just got a new subscriber!

  • I have always said “no pain, no PAIN”!! Happily I didn’t ever believe in no pain, no gain…but it turned me off the fitness industry. Thank you for reminding us all that fitness can be fun and self-loving. <3

  • I have to say I absolutely hate your outro. It’s like a really early reminder that yea this video is soon ending, and it just makes the next 30 seconds depressing to watch. Also the music is horrible. Otherwise I love your videos.

  • But most “experts” say that results is 20% in the gym and 80% in the kitchen (diet). So does not needing to have a daily strict diet fall in line with not having to suffer to reach your goals as well?

  • Okay, I have a new theory about the current trolls: these trolls are not the trolls of the old Juggernaut Fitness; they are something else completely. These trolls are a sect of moonlighting Bodybuilding.com employees who were hired by iSatori, which had recently come under new ownership by the Evil Dr. Nordstrom, to defame your image and character by any means necessary.

    Just kidding, all jokes. The trolls are stupid but this channel is amazing so keep up the good work, Jason!

  • Life is about connections and experiences, joy and sadness, pain and growth. Without the tough times, how would we appreciate the great ones? These powerful, inspirational, and driving tracks help us push through, reminding us that through the journey, strength emerges.
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  • This is for those times for when you no longer want to sleepwalk your way through a second a minute an hour a day… the journey becomes an adventure, the adventure becomes the mission, and the mission becomes life

  • Thank you Coach Blaha for the informative Content! My wife has been coming home recently with a lot of glute and hamstring soreness. I think her personal trainer must be pushing her too hard. I will have a talk with him.
    -S.Jones

  • You are Absolutely Correct Prof. Blaha. My patients always come in with lower back problems and I tell them to lower their workout intensity. I have recently been advising them to watch your videos because you are living proof of someone who has suffered such trauma in the past but managed to get huge, lean and tight with short fun workouts.
    Stay Healthy, God Bless
    -Dr.Letterman

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