• How to Manage Muscle Pain After Exercise

Muscle Pain Management: How to ease the pain

Muscle soreness after exercise is most likely to occur after you do something different, such as at the beginning of an exercise program, after a long layoff, when you perform a new type of exercise, or when you increase the duration or intensity of exercise, Blackmores online personal trainer, Andrew Cate, investigates.

This type of soreness can often take a day or two to set in, and it will vary in intensity from person to person. Here’s my list of ten things you can do to ease the discomfort and speed recovery when experiencing pain after exercise.

Photo by Erik Isakson / Getty Images Sep 24, 2012

How to Manage Muscle Pain After Exercise

If you're in pain after exercise, try these ten tips from Blackmores online personal trainer, Andrew Cate, to ease the discomfort and speed up recovery.

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  1. YG09:43am Tuesday 25th September 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    Keep your regular exercise regime going. The soreness will go away faster if you keep training... ..and ye, you'll have to deal with the pain...

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  2. Claudio08:33am Tuesday 25th September 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    take two panamax tablets and deal with it as they say "No pain no gain"

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  3. michael06:54am Tuesday 25th September 2012 ESTReport Abuse

    Just deal with it nancy.

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