15 Methods To Treat Sore Muscles

 

Should you put ice or heat on sore muscles?

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Easy Tips & Remedies for Sore Muscles Fast Relief!

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7 Effective Ways to Ease Sore Muscles (DOMS)

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Best Way to Recover From Muscle Soreness: Based on Research

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Muscle Recovery | 5 Ways to Reduce Soreness

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Muscle Soreness & Ways to Relieve It Ask Doctor Jo

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How to Relieve Muscle Soreness and Recover FAST (4 Science-Based Tips)

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Other anti-inflammatory foods that have shown promise in treating muscle soreness are: cherry juice pineapple ginger. Eat some garlic Garlic helps with muscle fatigue, especially when crushing the cloves. Doing so creates a compound called allicin which helps with inflammation. Try a nice steak stir-fry with some garlic.

Try cinnamon Cinnamon is nature’s ibuprofen. It has analgesic effects on stiff and sore muscles. 10 Ways to Treat Sore Muscles. Here’s what really works — and what doesn’t. By Emily Shiffer.

Mar 1, 2019 Getty. We all secretly love sore muscles. It’s. Epsom Salt for Muscle Pain Relief Tried and true, a cup or two of Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) dissolved in a warm tub of water works wonders for aching muscles. Use warm water, not hot water. For sore muscles, soak for 15 minutes or until the water has cooled, up to.

Apply the herbal bag for about 20 minutes at a time, up to five times per day. As an alternative, soak your chronically sore muscle (s) in a warm Epsom salt bath for about 20 minutes. The warm water improves blood circulation and the magnesium-rich salt.

1. Drink a turmeric latte. The bright gold spice contains an antioxidant called curcumin, which has been shown to reduce muscle pain and inflammation. Heat also can help relieve joint pain.

If you get sore muscles once in a while, you can take acetaminophen (Tylenol) or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) like aspirin, ibuprofen (Advi. There are many blends of essential oils that can be used for the treatment of muscle aches and pains. The blends that are recommended for muscle cramps include marjoram, peppermint mixed with lemongrass, and deep blue. The blends that are recommended for muscle spasm include roman chamomile, basil, deep blue and marjoram.

Whirling cherry juice into your post-workout recovery drink may ease muscle soreness, according to a 2010 study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in. Sore leg muscles can make everyday activities a challenge. Soothe sore muscles after a workout with ice and heat packs, massage, foam rolling and pain relievers.

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(2) Each of the four treatment combinations, cold and PNF stretching, heat and PNF stretching, cold and static stretching, and heat and static stretching, are effective in reducing delayed muscle pain.

“Comprehensive Biomedical Physics” by Anders Brahme
from Comprehensive Biomedical Physics
by Anders Brahme
Elsevier Science, 2014

Soaking in a hot bath with Renew Bath Oil is very relaxing for aching muscles.

“The Melaleuca Wellness Guide” by Richard M. Barry
from The Melaleuca Wellness Guide
by Richard M. Barry
RM Barry Publications, 2019

A good hot practice will wring out the metabolic acids and flush your muscles with fresh nutrientand oxygen-rich blood, and the ache of soreness will disappear.

“Journey Into Power: How to Sculpt Your Ideal Body, Free Your True Self, and Transform Your Life with Yoga” by Baron Baptiste
from Journey Into Power: How to Sculpt Your Ideal Body, Free Your True Self, and Transform Your Life with Yoga
by Baron Baptiste
Atria Books, 2011

Isabell WK, Durrant E, Myrer W, Anderson S: The effects of ice massage, ice massage with exercise, and exercise on the prevention and treatment of delayed onset muscle soreness, J Athl Train 27(3):208–217, 1992.

“Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book” by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, William S. Quillen, Robert C. Manske
from Athletic and Sport Issues in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation E-Book
by David J. Magee, James E. Zachazewski, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

4) Precede and follow the passive range‐of‐motion exer­cises with massage of the quadriceps/biceps muscles for 5 minutes.

“Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine: Photobiomodulation” by Ronald J. Riegel, John C. Godbold, Jr.
from Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine: Photobiomodulation
by Ronald J. Riegel, John C. Godbold, Jr.
Wiley, 2017

Massage is very helpful and also ice on the legs diminishes painful muscles [35].

“Sports Injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation” by Mahmut Nedim Doral, Reha N. Tandoğan, Gideon Mann, René Verdonk
from Sports Injuries: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation
by Mahmut Nedim Doral, Reha N. Tandoğan, et. al.
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011

One way to minimize aches and pains is to relax joints and muscles prior to exercise by applying heat (or soaking in a warm bath), or to gently massage muscles or apply ice packs.

“Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals” by David Haber, PhD
from Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals
by David Haber, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, 2013

1: Deep tissue massage removes waste in the muscles.

“Linda Page's Healthy Healing: A Guide to Self-healing for Everyone” by Linda G. Rector-Page
from Linda Page’s Healthy Healing: A Guide to Self-healing for Everyone
by Linda G. Rector-Page
Traditional Wisdom, 2000

Massage may also reduce or eliminate muscular soreness, increase range of motion, and improve nutrition by increasing blood flow.

“Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists E-Book” by Susan G. Salvo
from Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists E-Book
by Susan G. Salvo
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Recovery techniques, such as massage, heat and cold therapy, and stretching (see figure 4.1), can be used to increase the muscle recovery process.

“Serious Strength Training” by Tudor Bompa, Mauro Di Pasquale, Lorenzo Cornacchia
from Serious Strength Training
by Tudor Bompa, Mauro Di Pasquale, Lorenzo Cornacchia
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2012

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  • Bro I went to basketball practice thinking everything was going to go as normal, next day my legs felt like they were 1,000 pounds i for real cant even walk

  • i just started working out after not working out for 4 months because of quarantine and the first time i workout after a break i cant do anything with my arms i cant play video games, i cant do my violin and i cant even go to the bathroom. any help?

  • Bro you make superb video!!! stretching or Ice bath won’t help in muscle soreness watch this one
    3 easy steps to recover from muscle soreness – https://youtu.be/fEZV6Nd9bsM

  • Im a couch potato.
    Im not really fat im actually quite skinny so i decided to work out eating alot of protein etc.
    And on my first workout i had sore mucles for 3 days straight.

  • i had ankle bone fracture surgery & a heel fracture. i am in 13 week post operation. my ankle and feet feeling soreness during weight bearing. and also ankle in still stiffer. please suggest me some excercise to get my ROM and strength back as soon as possible.

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  • I worked out legs AT THE PARK With NO WEIGHTS four days ago and I’m still just a tiny bit sore. Can I workout legs again today even with the slight soreness?

  • @trex the doctor answered the question

    Use ice if you have a swelling or sore muscle and if you have an inflamed joint or chronic injury use heat.

  • I play Basketball, and Soccer and next grade of middle school, football and i went over to my cousins house to practice with them i played B ball all day long crossing peoples ankles and green lighting every thing and my left muscle is hell

  • I use ice bath and it works just fine, besides my growth is not in any way affected so I think that’s a little bit of misinformation. If you’re not use to coffee go lain how to use a pure coffee seed.

  • Hopefully this works because I need to do 2 hours and 15 minutes of CrossFit every last period at school even if my muscles hurt ��

  • I would like to know how to stop the reswelling of injuries, I hit my forearm on the door handle and fell on my elbow about 5 years ago and since then it the pain keeps going and coming

  • Well said. Great stretching helps to release tension in your muscles. You can also use a great Gun Massager for: myofascial release, lactic acid decomposition, deep massage. Hightly recommended. Stay healthy and flexible 😉

  • Jeremy: Four cups of coffee before a workout have been show to help, but this is infeasible for most people.
    Me: Hold my drink (which will be my fifth cup of coffee)

  • I was not sure click the video, I never thought a pretty girl like you can give so good explanation to soreness….thanks a lot…

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  • I worked out without stretching one time and biggest mistake of my life and on top of that it was the hardest I’ve ever worked out

  • I kinda like the feeling of being sore. means I can feel my progress. however I don’t like it when im still sore when its time to workout again…

  • Getting back into training after a decade of being a nurse. I should have watched this video first because I pushed myself too much on my first leg day. I think it’s kinda difficult not to push yourself too much in the gym when everyone around is super fit and pushing themselves also. I think I will take your advice and go a little easier on my leg day because this is now day #3 of recovery and I am still in lots of pain.

  • so ive been lifting to cut for a few months, and also work at a grocery store where i unload a truck several times a week. does this change how much i should work out or recover?

  • Heat increases blood supply and thus increases the inflammation by bringing more WBC to the area…and the inflammatory pain like soreness will rise…
    So APPLY COLD ON INFLAMED MUSCLE/SORE MUSCLE

    If you have traumatic(not inflammatory,pain begins right away in traumatic,24hr later in inflammatory) traumatic injuries leading to decreased blood supply like blue discoloration of that area…..you can apply HEAT/it will increase the blood supply…….relieve pain.
    Trauma can be after a fight,hitting your leg on a furniture,fall

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  • Lol I have cups of coffee a day. An lots of water of course to make up for the dehydration. Rather do this that over spend on pre workout shakes.

  • I cannot sit and stand without pressing my knees because of pain, I had my exercise and this is my day four, i do squats too, hope this’ll be over soon, want to continue my workout.

  • I hardly exercise, but I used a curl bar and lifted it 50 times. It was very painful for me because my arms are skinny… but my older sister did 175, and we’re both sore so here I am.

  • I wasn’t able to dance for a while bc I injured my knee and ankle and then I started having issues with my upper body (collar bone and arms) and a couple nights ago I said oh well I wanna dance again so I danced non stop and keep in mind mainly the only thing I was able to do for a while was just walk and stretch

  • I STARTED SQUATTING ALONG WITH MY REGULAR EXCERCISE TODAY..
    DAY 1:40 SQUATTS WITH MY REGULAR HARD WORKOUT…

    DAY 2:MY THIGHS AND BACK ARE SORE…COULD’NT DO MY REGULAR WORKOUT EVEN… MUSSAGE HELPS A LOT TEMPORARILY…..

  • Calisthenics workout my biceps and triceps are done and my core a little�� so since my core is only barley sore looks like it’s abs and legs today

  • I have a question related to DOM, are there any illnesses or diseases or anything you can think of that would cause someone 50 years old that gets sore after every workout. Until I had back surgery 2 years ago for a ruptured L4/L5 disc this never happened unless I worked out really hard then it went away like always. Now my legs get sore after every workout I do. I am not even talking about a hard workout. I mean 20 easy exercises for 30 seconds of work with 10 seconds of rest. Simple things like squats, lunges, pushups, the rest are just marching, moving side to side, maybe a bird dog or plank. I have been struggling with this soreness, no matter if I wait longer to workout or try and go every other day or every day. It feels like I have been doing 20 sets of 225 squats or something like I used to do 5 years ago and even then after a few days it would go away and I would not be sore again. I have had blood work done, my testosterone levels etc and everything seems to check out for my age, upped my vitamin D even though its not low. This has been going on for over a year now and does not lessen. Always super sore, I have some nephropathy nerve damage from the disc. Can you think of anything that I might be missing or recommend the type of doctor I need to see? Do you think taking Creatine might help?

  • I did like 10 push ups, 10 sit ups, zumba and calisthenics in 1 hour and now my whole body hurts, espeacially around my arm pits, arms, and shoulders. Man, im unfit af.

  • This guy’s voice is so relaxing… most PT’s or fitness YouTubers are all up in your face screaming like a drill instructor. Kudos

  • I did 10 hours stretching yesterday… And I wanted to stretch again today but apparently I can’t…. (can’t even sit properly…) So here I am!��

  • So now I need a foam roller and that’s all I can do with the omega 3s cause I’m calisthenics bro don’t got those machines I could ride a bike I guess but then I’d need to buy a bike but I don’t want to do cardio so pass

  • Haven’t even ran in so long due to Covid and i played one game of 1 on 1 ball and it hurts to walk sit on the toilet and scratch my back

  • Thank you for this. I just started working out again and I’m so sore. I kept putting it off because I knew it would be painful the next few days. The faster I can get through this the faster I can see results.

  • I always go for a good walk after my workout, then i have lunch after. The walk is the best solution for me. I also do a few stretches.

  • I did one of those booty workouts on youtube ����. I did it 5 times in a row and I was tired. Today when I woke up, my back and thighs were killing me EVERYTIME i used them. ��

  • I play cricket and I was doing intense training with my club after quite a long time (quarantine) but my muscles weren’t THAT painful but after I woke up the next morning I legit can’t move a bone. My dad took me to 2 hours of fitness today and tomorrow I have a match.

  • 5 h workout yesterday but i dont regret it am i the only one Who likes soreness because you feel like then you did something or its working

  • So I fell on my right butt cheek couple years ago. I did go to pt which it did help. I’ve recently lost about 90 pounds and the pain is starting to bother me now. The pain start in the are where I fell and kinda go down my leg it’s more kinda annoying that hurtful. What kind of stretch can I do to ease some of the pain?

  • What about a soak in a hot tub with sore muscle bath salts? I have done that once so far and feel that it helped my recovery faster.

  • All athletes know the pain when that one person makes you run more cause they won’t shut up that happened to me today we couldn’t even run without falling it was that bad

  • I love your videos Joanna! I actually lost 60lbs after having my daughter and your guidance was a wheel turner for me! As a massage therapist I often have to explain to my clients (especially marathon/triathlon goers) that deep tissue massage is not recommended when you have overly exerted your muscles. It can damage the tissue and cause what is called kick back pain, where your muscles will constrict further in an attempt to prevent further problems. More often than not I would suggest sports massage to my clients which consists of a lot of passive stretching. Massage can be painful (especially myofascial work) but you should never be bruised or feel worse off than you did before. Just wanted to give some input from this side of the wellness spectrum:).

  • I have a hip flexor strain on both sides I’ve been doing these exercises to help strengthen them but it hurts after I do them is this normal?

  • Ice bath and stretch are definitely the way to go.

    Studies can be flawed in their methodology and shouldn’t always be the final say so.

    Innumerable professional athletes from fighters to football players and runners, even military special forces, utilize ice baths regularly and incorporate regular stretching into their routine. Utilize what works for your body.

  • Bro you make superb video!!! stretching or Ice bath won’t help in muscle soreness watch this one
    3 easy steps to recover from muscle soreness – https://youtu.be/fEZV6Nd9bsM

  • I have a big cross country run in about 7 hours and 45 minutes and my legs still feel like somebody’s stabbing my calves when I walk lol.

  • Hey there, I am a 14 year old boy and I just started getting back into exercising and doing workouts (For a very long time I have just been going on slow walks and just lying in my bed all day), I have been doing stomach workouts and I started on Friday (24th) and I was fine until Saturday I woke up and got pain in my upper thigh, now it is Sunday and should I keep doing the workout everyday the one I started Friday with or is it best to the relax or do different stretching etc. Would love some feedback, Thank you!

  • “Roll the parts of the body you worked that day” he says. Well, I played baseball for the first time in over 20 years and I am pretty much sure I worked 99% of the muscles in my body. Maybe a steamroller would be the better option? On a serious note, why not mention massage? I realize that it takes a second person to get the full body, but anyone with a spouse or partner could manage.

  • i have soccer practice tmr and im scared to run because we ran 2 miles today and i was dying inside barely made it so i hope im not sore for tmr������

  • I see a lot of people in the comments who are suffering too huh…. I got bored and did 500 squads in less than 15 minutes. My legs have been sore the last 2 days. I’m dying slowly

  • Um I’m confused I have a pain in my neck and I was wondering if I could put ice or heat on it but he didn’t really answer my question

  • Gotta have a little 1v1 powerlifting meet with my friend in 2 days. I worked out yesterday. I have rested all day today and I’m going to rest tomorrow as well. Wish me luck.

  • I worked out for the first time in my life lifting weights. It’s been 2 days and my shoulders/ biceps are still in constant pain I can’t sleep at night because of how uncomfortable it is how do I get rid of this

  • What muscles experience the most soreness for you? Comment below! Hope you guys enjoyed the video, studies are all linked in the description. Don’t forget to give me a follow on Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/jayethierfit/ ) and Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/Jeremyethierfit/ ) as well, I’d really appreciate it. Thank you again everyone for all your support! Cheers!

  • I started being a cheerleader for a first time and I am a base, the person who holds the flyer. I had to keep lifting her up. By tomorrow my body was so sore. Today is the third day still doing cheerleading. Tomorrow is tryouts. Hopefully this helps me overnight

  • I cant close/stretch my legs or stand all the way straight without my thighs hurting. And I got work and training (MMA) tomorrow. ��

  • What will I do if my arms is in pain? If I move my arms it will hurt and when I Bend my arms it will hurt I only have to keep it straight so it won’t hurt

  • IN DOMS, ACTUALLY A LITTLE NO OF YOUR MYOFRIBILS RUPTURE FROM THE SKELETAL MUSCLES DUE TO WHICH IT CAUSES PAIN WITH 24 HOURS…..***IT IS ACTUALLY GOOD FOR YOU SINCE WHEN THEY REPAIR THE TISSUES MUSCLE S BUILD MORE THAN PREVIOUS SO IT EFFECTS YOUR GAINS CAUSING MUSCLE EXPANSION

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  • Thanks, I always have muscle pain, heading to the kitchen now and have that rolling pin to start rolling on my body, you two are my favorite, keep on vloging. Thanks again here from Philippines

  • When your already fit but your DaMn annoying teacher makes you exercise hard and it hurts and they make you do it harder to kill the muscles

  • Since stroke effected cannot do this myself, have to pay a massage therspist. But if I had the old shower doors off and bthlift I would START with SOAKING IN 1 cup of EPSON SALTS and have the massge therapist use real Peppermint esse ntial oils for the rub down!

  • I did a 1 hour work out yesterday, mainly focusing on my core. This morning I woke up with a nasty cold, and every time I coughed, my core muscles and stomach felt like they would explode! Not to mention the headache����, Has anyone got any advice for me even if I have a cold or not

  • Bruh I just had football practice for the first time since like March and my arms hurt so much and don’t feel better at all and I have to go through 3 more practices this week

  • OMG THANKS!!MY DOMS ARE KILLING ME RIGHT NOW AND I HAVE TO GO TO DANCE IN TWO HOURS, MY TRAINER MAKES US DO 30 SUPER MANS AND WE’RE NOT ALLOWED TO TOUCH THE GROUND,WE HAVE TO HOLD THE LAST ONE FOR 30 SECS!AND WE HAVE TO DO 30 SIT UPS,LUNGES,SPLITS,JAZZ,GYMNASTICS AND LYRICAL IM THERE FROM 12 TO 4:30 TODAY! ��

  • Pls help my arms are completely sore i cant even move them around cause they hurt so much i cant even do dayly things in my house i never had this. Kind of sorness

  • So after first chest workout since the gyms have closed, I can feel pain in my chest when changing gears in my car. Mistake taking those sets to failure

  • Hi Dr. Jo can you do a video on exercises for people with knock knees? I was wondering if I strengthened my abductors more that they’d possibly become more normal and less valgus.

  • Coming from a physical therapist assistant, you guys have really helped me. More importantly you have helped my patient’s! Thank you very much!

  • “If you have a healthy heart”, a sauna / hot tub, and cold shower afterward, or just the hot tub, is the “most effective treatment” of normal muscle workout pain, “not injuries” IE ligament tears etc, though heat is useful on that too when diagnosed properly. “Don’t take pharmaceuticals, even over the counter stuff, IE Tylenol, Ibuprofen etc “regularly”. They can lead to serious problems with the liver, and other complications. Anti-inflammatory foods like (fresh pineapple), (leafy greens / amino acids), strawberries, will be most effective. Sometimes, on rare occasions a good shot of Schnapps, or whisky, and a long nap helps when your really hurting like after a long day skiing.: ) “Don’t be a girly man!”

  • Dr i have TSH 5.79 at the age of 39, i am trying to lose weight but after 3 month could not find the results, low carb, 30 minutes exercise i feel pain in body and not able to just walk. Pain in body always laying on bed

  • I haven’t danced in a while and I had a class yesterday and now my leg wants to kill me and it feels numb not from the pain but it’s just numb from other things

  • So like over school holidays, I have been in my bed and all not rlly working out. So I went back to school, we did squats then after that I thought it was just a little after pain, turns out it wasn’t! I can really feel it now����

  • Arghhh muscle soreness is Damn pain…my back.elbow right muscle.. It takes 13 days recovery.. 6days I just laying down.. support someone to standing.up.. feeling.to retire form gym..I.hope.this 5 days I’m feeling.full.recovery so I can back to.gym

  • Heat just gives inflammation to your muscles. Cold showers are good. Hot showers are temporarily good then your muscles might be sore a lot quicker because of the inflammation/heat

  • Hello Dr. Bob and Brad..I’m from India and would like to request you to share some exercise videos for patients with issues like me.I have went through an open discectomy surgery 9 months ago due to disc bulge in L5 and S1. everything is perfectly alright except for one issue. even after 9 months of surgery I’m not able to bend forward. would request you to help with some remedy for my issue.

  • I didn’t realize muscle soreness was a problem. Always thought that you did a good job exercising if your muscles are sore the next day.

  • Fuck your Jeremy, in one your home workout videos, you said to push your muscles to “near failure” now I’ve had muscle soreness for nearly a week

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  • lol at first i went to a easy training and the next month i went to a harder one when we did 100 push-ups with only 10 sec break after 20 push-ups �� my mucelsss ��

  • Definitely neck and shoulders for me. I’m going through it now. Just started a full body kettlebell workout and I’m feeling soreness but I will soak in some MSM then have my lady rub an Ayurvedic ointment on me. ✌��

  • My muthafuckin adductors are so sore from practice and it’s like a infinite problem because I got practice 3 days a week I don’t have time to recover

  • Ok, I have a solution for you all. First off, I avidly workout and consider myself constantly sore. I have tried all sorts of different medications and techniques and discovered that cdb Quanta vapes are the best solution. Cbd is the best natural anti-inflammatory and by vaping it, it doesn’t have to go through your liver. Instead, it goes straight into your blood stream, maximizing its potential. Trust me it works and if you are scared about drug tests or getting high don’t be, it doesn’t show up on drug tests.

  • Helpful video. Question can you foam roll during the first 24-72 hours of DOMS when the inflammation and pain are at their highest level? Or do you wait until healed?

  • No ice baths no stretches?! This should be answered by athletes gymnasts!!!! And for longevity you should at least be stretching. Sorry 😉

  • i have been having doms for since the first day started at gym and i kept going to gym for 4 days and my doms just keeps bigger, is tht dangerous? should i take 1 day off and do the things said in this videos? one more thinig i always excrise biceps, triceps, chest and stomach and shoulders traingnings everyday, is tht good or bad?

  • bruhhhhh we got a pull up bar recently and i was trying it out I did like 15 chin ups and like 9 pull ups and my left arm, both shoulders and my back near my shoulders r still sore, it’s been 2 days and i just copped the home workouts and now i have to wait another day bruh

  • i was doing the splits yesterday, and it was all fine until i got out of my right split, and it was just instant pain (I’ve also been working out all week, so i was already sore)

  • I have self defence classes in school and not o my do some self defence moves but I slipped on my side my arm and legs hurt so much I’m quite weak which made the whole situation worse

  • If you didn’t understand he meant:
    Use ice if your injury(soreness) is new(within 48hrs), if your injury is heating/burning up and to relieve swelling.
    Use heat if your injury has been chronic(long-term), to relax muscles and don’t use if injury is burning up especially on joints(if i heard correctly) & heat helps in faster healing.

    Conclusion: use according to the type of your soreness.

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  • Ice Inflammation of injured area 24-48hours.
    Heat If you have chronic pain to an area which needs help in mobilizing before activity.

  • Slept 8 hours got out of bed nearly cryed self massage worked then stopped stretching made it a little worse haven’t tryed the cold shower yet ate felt no change it’s just something we have 2 deal with��

  • Great video! One of the ways I recover after a heavy workout or cardio session is with my percussion massage gun, I use to suffer from soreness but not anymore!
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  • Good information my older brother experiences joint and muscle pain and I am researching information to give him some much needed direction this is most helpful.

  • Me: im sore let me look up if I can get rid of it
    Dr.blah blah: I’m going to end this mans whole career
    Me when I realized that this was a waste of my time: ight imma head out

  • Watching this as I bend over like I’m 95 years old. Do exercise, they say, it’ll slow down aging, they say.
    XD In all honesty, I love that post workout soreness:)

  • I went rock climbing in austin park and pizza and I’m like to the point that I cant type rn bc my dear friend pushed me to go and climb it and I did but now my muscles are sore cause I went more than once and honestly I’m surprised I can still type

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  • I do boxing so I’m almost always on my toes and when ur bouncing on ur toes with your knees bent for 4 hours your quads become really sore after a day

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  • To paraphrase he is basically saying that with ice it good with soreness but once you apply should quickly rest yourself,however with heat it’s more for a serious illness and should be put on carefully