Elite Daily: Dr. Tehrany advises how to relax after a workout to avoid sore muscles
With the summer days at the doorstep, the number of people that enroll in a fitness or workout program to achieve the perfect beach body starts to increase.
Even though working out is a vital source of body strength and power, it can also be a source of an agonizing pain if the muscles begin to ache, a condition caused by a no-rest-intense workout program.
The Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) usually occurs 12 to 24 hours after the workout, and it is a condition often seen in people who start with high-intensity training programs, and people who continuously push their muscles beyond their strength.
In order to help the workout enthusiasts avoid the painful struggle, Elite Daily, a website devoted to women who are discovering the world and are eager to learn about fashion, health, wellness, and fitness, asked our own Dr. Armin Tehrany to share an expert opinion on how to relax the muscles after working out.
Foam Rolling to avoid sore muscles
“Foam rolling specifically has many benefits, including reducing tension in the muscles and body, aiding in muscle recovery and blood flow, and it can also help with injury prevention,” Dr. Tehrany tells Elite Daily.
According to Dr. Tehrany, a New York knee, and shoulder specialist, with a regular workout routine, the foam rolling should be done on a daily basis, from 5 to 20 minutes at a time. In order to fully experience the benefits of foam rolling, Dr. Tehrany recommends doing it before and after working out, or whenever a person is experiencing sore muscles.
“After an intense workout, your body needs to wind down, and [this] important practice will ease muscle soreness and fatigue,” Dr. Tehrany explains.
Regardless of how intense and tiresome the workout is, stretching the muscles after working out is crucial for avoiding pain and soreness.
“If you want your body to feel its best, it really is worth the effort,” Dr. Tehrany concludes.
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