Workout: The Sweet Pain

When you start a workout session​ or a new physical activity, you do it for three reasons-  1. Your fitness, 2. Your strength, 3. Your confidence. We see a vision of a new powerful and swifter us. We go to gymnasium or any other field of activity in which we want. We start with confidence and excitement because we’re doing ​something new and motivating. At the very first day, we bang that workout session with our adrenaline and power. But what happens after we finish ? Our muscles tear down and body starts to hurt. The pain is unbearable and we can’t even do anything about it. We don’t want to stop our workout but our body tells us not to do it. We often think that we’ve hurted ourselves by overdoing or doing it with the wrong technique. Well in truth, this pain is good. This hurting in a span of 2-3 days are called DMS (Delayed Muscle Soreness) which makes our muscle more stronger. We feel the pain because some microscopic holes in our muscles are made by increase the amount of intensity of our physical activity which helps us endure more intensity and amount of work in the coming days. In one sentence, THE PAIN IS A SWEET PAIN. We can’t treat DMS fully but we can decrease their intensity of Soreness by warming down out and doing various streches of the part affected.

No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown

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