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Get Rid of Muscle Pain

You muscles are usually suppose to ache after a hard training session – this I knew. I was just getting tired of it and I wanted to go back to feeling normal everyday. My problem was, I would stop exercising for a few days until the pain went away – big mistake. So how is a guy (or girl) supposed to continue the same exercise that led them to feel like this in the first place? And how would we eliminate the pain in our muscles?

Keep Doing It.

That’s right. In order to get rid of the muscle pain, you must keep exercising. Despite the pain I had in my thighs and calves, after the second day of pain, I decided to keep going. I knew of the benefits of doing hindu squats everyday (increased lung power and stamina) and my goal was to do at least 25 each day. So I didn’t want to stop achieving my fitness goals every time I felt a little pain in my lower body muscles. So when I warmed up and did 25 hindu squats after 2 days of inactivity, I felt no more pain in my thighs or calves. I could finally walk normally without looking like a jackass. And this was right after I got done squatting.

While I did feel just a little bit of pain, it was nothing compared to what I was feeling. So if you still feel muscle pain when it’s time for your next training session, don’t worry about it. Fighting through the pain is hard at first, but after a while, doing whatever exercise you are doing (I recommend hindu squats) will become easier and easier with the more reps you do.