Good and Bad Muscle Soreness

in: workouts hosted by Veronica Delfino

Good and Bad Muscle Soreness You've heard it before - no pain, no gain! Muscle pain two days after a hard workout, also known as delayed onset muscle soreness, is the result of microscopic tearing of the muscle fibers. It's this uncomfortable pain after a hard workout that leads to the definition for an athletic body that we're all working hard for.

You might also like
You might also like
How the Rotator Cuff Stabilizes the Shoulder

How the Rotator Cuff Stabilizes the Shoulder

Essentrics Workout: Stretching and Strengthening Benefits

Essentrics Workout: Stretching and Strengthening Benefits

The Importance of Stretching

The Importance of Stretching

Kettlebell Workout: DOs and DON'Ts, Common Mistakes

Kettlebell Workout: DOs and DON'Ts, Common Mistakes

Workout Like the First Lady in the Hula Hoop Workout

Workout Like the First Lady in the Hula Hoop Workout

How to Stretch Properly

How to Stretch Properly

How Athletes Can Improve Their Training With A Sports Massage

How Athletes Can Improve Their Training With A Sports Massage

Stability Ball Workout Tips

Stability Ball Workout Tips

LATEST WM VIDEOS
LATEST WM VIDEOS

EDITOR'S PICKS

Auto

Business and Technology


Comedy

Education

Fashion


Film

Health and Fitness

Lifestyle and Leisure


Music

Politics and History

Science and Space


Sports

Travel

Video Games