Muscle soreness is something that everyone experiences after doing a workout. If you are not experiencing any type of muscle soreness, it may be time to switch up your workout routine to see more results.
Many people do not push themselves as hard as they can because they are afraid to get the muscle soreness that comes with an intense workout therefore never reaching their full fitness potential.
There are several strategies that you can use to help reduce muscle soreness and when used correctly and consistently can make a big difference.
When trying these strategies out, we strongly suggest that you test and experiment to figure out what works best for you.
The following bullet points are some suggestions to try • make sure you are drinking plenty of water before, during, and after your workouts. (64 ounces of water per day is a good place to start) • stretching during your workouts and especially after your workouts • using the vibration platforms to stretch on as the platforms will help you to stretch more effectively • using the supplement glutamine can help reduce soreness and help your muscles recover faster • drinking a whey protein shake after your workout can dramatically help your recovery thus reducing muscle soreness • getting enough rest. Sleeping between 7-8 hours a night • reducing cortisol (stress) by using stress management techniques such as meditation or support groups
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