In order for your body to create stronger muscles, your body has to break them down and rebuild those muscles which will cause some muscle soreness or discomfort. This will usually last from one day to three days after your workout and of course, everyone's pain tolerance is different and has a different threshold, but exceeding that threshold can result in pain.
There are signs that you can look for to tell if it is healthy muscle soreness or if it is a possible injury.
😊Goes away in 1 to 3 days
😊Improves with stretching
😊Sitting still increases soreness or stiffness
😠Sharp pain within the joints or muscles, during or after exercise
😠Movement makes the pain worse
😠Last longer than seven days
😠Pain does not go away after rest
Check out this article by Move Forward that will explain in more details and make sure you check out their chart to help you out in the future.
Knowing the difference between muscle soreness and pain will help you prevent injury.
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