Some exercise gurus say “If it hurts, it’s helping.”
According to WebMD.com, that statement is often true.
“Muscle soreness is a natural outcome of any kind of physical activity,” says Rick Sharp, professor of exercise physiology at Iowa State University in Ames. Especially when that activity is strenuous and new to the body.
Exercise experts have a name for this gradually increasing discomfort that occurs between 24 and 48 hours after activity: Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). It generally occurs when the muscle is used during an eccentric or a lengthening contraction, such as running downhill or performing bicep curls.
Experts say that no one is immune to muscle soreness, not even professional athletes. It is not a sign to stop exercising, but usually means that your muscles are getting stronger.
Research scientists have found CherryFlex® supplementation prior to and during strenuous exercise may have a protective effect on sore muscles. Read more about the results of this Winona State University study that was presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Convention in Seattle.
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