Muscle Pain After Sports

What is the post-sport pain, why does it occur?

If the muscles are exposed to more weight than they are used to, micro-tears occur in the muscle structure. these tears cause pain. This is a good thing if muscle development is desired. because the muscle becomes more powerful by repairing itself. This process continues as the muscle is exposed to load. If you want to get rid of the thesis at the time, the muscle relaxants can work but are not highly recommended.

Overload situations

Muscle pain after sports is normal if it does not prevent your daily activity and does not exceed 48 hours. If you cannot stretch the muscle you work with, it means you’ve done something wrong. (see delayed onset muscle soreness)

As you know, when you work on repetitive sets, micro tears occur in the muscle and the body undergoes hypertrophy in order to prevent the same thing from repairing these tears.
If you have a stress that the muscle can not overcome, your defense cells in this area behave as if you have an inflammation and you can walk around like a t-rex that cannot open your arms for 3 days.

if you apply the items listed below, it is very unlikely that you will experience this problem.

– slowly increase the weight. biceps If you are working at 5 kg and cannot lift any more at the end of the 3rd set, give your muscle a week to adjust to that weight and do not exceed 5 kg to 8 kg in the same week. this is especially important if you are just starting.

– Get warm up to 5 minutes before sports. It can jump jump, running, jump in box. increase your heart rhythm and increase your blood flow to your muscles.

– Finally, you’ll greatly reduce the risk of “doms” when you do your stretching movements properly.

How to take a shower after sports?

After cold, cold, cold, can not get cold shower near the cold should be taken. come to the reasons.

already in the training body has lost a lot of water and body temperature has been raised. On top of this, you enter the sauna or hot shower and cause the water to be ejected from the body. the blood went to your muscles and joints, feeding other places, and on top of that you put your body into dehydration.

cold shower work to be sent to the inside of the body of the blood; at this time, the blood vessels to shrink, allowing the blood to flow more quickly and pressurized. this ensures the most effective feeding when muscles are most needed. it also allows the reuse of lactic acid and reduction of fatigue symptoms.

All muscle aches, including hypertrophy, can be alleviated by cold or ice treatment and the healing process can be accelerated. Don’t be too hot and take a shower and say, ucu It makes me feel so comfortable beni.

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I’ve been in sport for as long as I can remember, but doing heavy sports is always an action that weakens the human body in the long term

Ekşi said that professional athletes who knew the sport did not experience this. but the degree of disability increases from amateur to professional. Because professional athletes force their bodies more than amateur athletes. this in particular leads to weakening of the tendons over time.

For example, the Achilles tendon of a football player may break in a moment of running. the reason for this is that due to long-lasting professional sports, the tendons begin to weaken and cannot lift the burden.

Any kind of heavy sports can damage muscles and tendons in the long term. The musculoskeletal system of human beings has not evolved to perform such heavy training. therefore, micro-tears occur in the muscles after heavy training and we suffer from it.

for example you can’t see the same thing on a fence. a cheetah can run at a speed of 100 km without warming its muscles and it has no trouble. because the cheetah has evolved to run fast. but if a man runs at the fastest pace without warming his muscles, he will disrupt his hamstring. because at the same time, the size of our muscles is not appropriate to the size of our bones.