Don’t take ibuprofen unless you have to – it reduces inflammation, but studies have shown that it also slows healing.
If you're still sore when it's time to exercise again, spend more time than usual warming up and stretching, as this will reduce the chance of injury. Be more cautious than when you aren't sore – have a good workout but don't overdo it.
Xx A fellow Fabulous User. 🙂
You can take a few seconds between exercises or do a few less reps if certain parts of your body are sore. Have a good meal and a good sleep too to help your body rest and be replenished.
It's normal to be sore especially if you're just starting a new workout or type of exercise. Listen to your body.
Oh yeah, Epsom salt baths, rolling, and ice can be your friend.
And I usually find the soreness go away about 5 minutes into the workout anyways.
Rest until you're not sore.
Also ensure next time that you're eating fresh fruit, vegetables and good protein to build muscle.
Be kind to yourself!
Have a great walk, enjoy your surroundings, flush your system with loads of water, you will feel good as new!!!!
I really like yoga exercises because I have felt great changes in my body and I’ve never felt a really hard or uncomfortable pain anytime.
When I feel really tired, I rest for one or two days, but the third day I keep getting my yoga classes everyday.
If the day that you exercised you feel that it was too much and you think that you’re going to feel pain the next day, you can also take an aspirin pill that night, before to sleep, so that the next morning you won’t feel so much sore.
Let’s say that is lactic acid, warming up well before and warming down after plus a healthy diet will help and don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
Also I start to feel lazy after that, but fabulous workouts r not so intense(i want it to be intense)
Complete a mobility routine that incorporates the major muscle groups that are sore. I hear it's helps reduce any stiffness.
Work on muscles that aren't sore.
- Any recommendations for easy and short exercises in the morning?
- How do you get out of bed when you’re so tired?
- Do you do the same exercise routine every day or do you mix it up?
- How quickly am I supposed to move from the minimum exercise to something more difficult? Is it okay if I’m still not inspired/motivated to step up my game after a month?
- Are you hydrated?
- What do you do when you just don’t feel like working out/exercising?
- What is your cue? What is your reward?
- What’s the appropriate amount of time to work out after eating?
- Is it better to do light exercise for 90 minutes, or heavy exercise for 30 minutes? The goal is mostly weight loss.
- What do you do when something prevents you from doing your usual exercise method/routine? I have asthma so I can’t run outside. I usually play Step Mania because it gets my heart rate going. But sometimes my tech doesn’t work. And I don’t really have the space to do Zumba or other aerobics. I’ve tried going to the gym, but it takes so much extra time to get ready and leave the house and etc. Difference between spending exactly 30 minutes vs 90 minutes with commuting and getting situated and etc. at the gym. I don’t want exercise to be something I dread doing. Does anyone have something fun they do at home for exercise?