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Sore Leg Muscle Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Sore Leg Muscle.

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Smart Ways to Soothe Sore Muscles

Pain is a real, well, pain! How many times have you been gung-ho to start a new workout routine only to feel like you've been hit by a ton of bricks on day two? Something as simple as walking down the stairs can feel like torture. Most of us have...  Read more

7 Hidden Signs of Overtraining

When it comes to healthy habits, you can have too much of a good thing. Fiber is good for you, but too much fiber is a major diet no-no (if you've done it, you know what I'm talking about). Even too much sleep can backfire and hurt your healt...  Read more

Swimming: Take the Plunge!

I recently swam laps for the first time since my childhood swimming lessons. The next day, when my muscles were sore and fatigued, I realized that there was much more to swimming than just splashing around. This gentle-but-challenging form of exercis...  Read more

13 Yoga Poses for Runners

When I first started running, I felt sore and tight, despite stretching thoroughly afterwards. I started thinking that running wasn't meshing well with my yoga practice. Yoga helped me loosen my muscles, but running only seemed to tighten them. A...  Read more

Tips and Hints to Deal with Shin Splints

The phrase "shin splint" is a generic term that describes pain in the lower leg, either on the medial (inside) or lateral (outside) side of the shin bone. This pain usually begins as a dull ache that can't be pinpointed; it can be felt...  Read more

Feeling so sore & tired!
Updated 1/24/2015 9:44:54 PM

I walked 10,300 steps this morning, and now my legs feel so sore and I feel so tired! I also forgot to stretch! Is it too late to stretch now, it has been several hours after my walk. I was planning on some Pilates in the evening, ab work, mostl...  Read more

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Simple answer: lose more fat, gain more muscle. This also may be the area where your body naturally holds fat more. In which case, you'll just have to learn to accept it....  Read more

P90x shoulders and arms....done!!!! So sore. How
Updated 1/22/2015 1:19:45 PM

P90x shoulders and arms....done!!!! So sore. How much protein should I eat street my workout to build muscle but lean out....  Read more

Is it possible that I have gained muscle?
Updated 1/24/2015 1:59:56 PM

I have upped my cardio roughly 3 fold and started body weight exercises seriously. I also plank and do modified pushups before bed every night. I have been doing this for quite a few months. Recently, my weight increased by 1 kg. But all my clot...  Read more

Muscle condition
Updated 1/21/2015 11:19:08 AM

If you have a condition like Fibromyalgia can you lower the intensity of your cardio and still get the health benefits from it?...  Read more

Cooling Down for Dog Owners

I've been taking aerobics classes recently and working myself pretty hard, but I don't ever feel that I'm completely cooled down. I drive right home after them and take Oliver for a good walk to cool down. Three benefits: 1- A tired dog. 2-I've c...  Read more

Lactic Acid after exercise? Drink V8 fusion right after.

I drink a V8 Fusion right after I workout. When I forget to bring it with me to the gym, I always have sore muscles from the lactic acid. When I drink the Fusion, no sore muscles....  Read more

Fibro Friends....

Fibromyalgia is a pain in the neck, arms, legs....Any one with FMS is welcome. Also join us on the Fast Break forum "Fibromyalgia Anyone????"...  Read more

You Asked: ''Should I Work Out Today If I'm Still Sore from Yesterday's Workout?''

It's common for beginners to experience muscle soreness that lasts for a week or two, just as seasoned exercisers will be sore after a tough workout. Yes, you should keep working out even though you are sore, but there is more to it than that.&nb...  Read more

Fitness Defined: Active and Passive Recovery

We'll all been there. You just started working out after a long hiatus. You feel proud and accomplished, but wake up the next day feeling so stiff, sore and achy that you don't want to get out of bed! You slowly but surely get on with your day, but e...  Read more