If you are an athlete or someone that frequents the gym often, you may experience extreme soreness after an intense workout. You know the saying, "no pain, no gain". Well actually, there are some techniques that you can use to ensure that you are not extremely sore after a tough workout. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness is the soreness that you feel usually 24-48 hours after your workout. Some things you can do to decrease this soreness are staying hydrated, stretching, and using foam rolls. Erica Fritz, a physical therapist, goes into these methods and more in the video below. Give it a quick watch and you may be able to save your body from some serious discomfort.
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