Weight Management

Nadiya P



Shyft Habit Coach


February 16

Suffering from pain post an exercise/yoga session, what do you have to do?

The extra load placed on your body during exercise creates tiny microtears in your working muscle. These microtears are normal. In fact, they're necessary for muscle growth. But these microtears are also what lead to soreness and pain. πŸ™‡ How to deal with it? 1)Until next class, restπŸ›Œ.If you're not giving your muscles adequate time to rest (and repair), they become overworked β€” leading to more intense soreness. 2)Alternate ice and heat packπŸ₯ΆπŸ”₯(on the back only icing usually isnt suggested and specially considering the weather if it's turning colder,at such places alternating would help) 3) Slightly get moving one of the best ways to reduce muscle soreness is to get them moving.πŸ€ΈπŸƒπŸ‹οΈ 4)Attend the next class early and speak to the trainer, based on this trainer can suggest next steps.πŸ§‘β€πŸ’Ό 5) Massage the area with pain relieving creamsπŸ§‘β€πŸ”¬ 6)Soak in a salt bath, warm water with Epsom salt eases out the painπŸ›€πŸ›€πŸ›€

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Jyotsana Khanna Biyani

Needed...n gained information.... thanku

February 17

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