Exercise and the Pain Response

Exercise and the Pain Response

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#1 Oct 2, 2012
Everyone has heard the saying “no pain, no gain”. This may be true in terms of a healthy individual and when it refers to muscle burn with exercise. Be sure to differentiate between “pain” and delayed muscle “soreness”.“No pain, no gain” is not true when one has been injured. In this case, it may be better said that only those who exercise with pain are those who have no brain.

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#2 Oct 2, 2012
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