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Inflammation and Muscle Soreness

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  • #7983
    ThomasSeay
    Moderator

    What do you do about it? Please don’t tell me, exercise less, because I know all about that option. I might be in denial, but I don’t care. Supplements, exercises, etc. That’s what I want to hear about.

    #8067
    Matt Stone
    Keymaster

    The only thing that ever really works to decrease muscle soreness for me is to do lighter volume, lower intensity, and exercise much more frequently. I could do 200 pushups a day with no soreness, but I can’t do 50 once a week only and avoid soreness. Pecs will get sore every freaking time if I do it that infrequently.

    #8078
    Julia Gumm
    Member

    Cats Claw and cherry juice after a workout helps me immensely!

    #8143
    ThomasSeay
    Moderator

    Julia Gumm, that’s a great photo of you, by the way.

    #8216
    Dutchie
    Participant

    Maybe spray some pure magnesium oil on the sore spot rigth before going to bed?
    Heard many athletes use it for fast recovery.

    It helped me when i was sick with the flu my entire body ached and i felt like a 90yo woman. So rigth before bedtime,i sprayed a bit under my feet and in the morning i woke feeling like 18y o girl!

    #8223
    ThomasSeay
    Moderator

    @Dutchie, Magnesium has a paradoxical effect on me. I know a lot of people take it for sleep. For me, it has the opposite effect. If I apply or take it before bed, I will be up all night. Same thing with GABA! Explain that one!!!

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    #8225
    Dutchie
    Participant

    Maybe spray it on in the morning then?

    I know infrared lamps are used for sore muscles too. Maybe a sauna visit?

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