Once you deplete the available energy reserves of a muscle it starts feeding on itself, burning protein instead of sugar. When you do that, the muscle starts to produce lactic acid as a product of converting protein to energy. The lactic acid is toxic and painful. The muscle will hurt until it is able to purge the lactic acid. Part of the process causes the muscle to enlarge and store more energy for NEXT time, resulting in larger and stronger muscles which can work for a longer time.
No, you muscles need time to restore itself.
No. You have to skip a day.
because you are tearing them when you work them out.
Sore muscles are a sign you are over doing it. You should take it easy if you are just starting out, if not let your muscles gradually work out to getting what it is you wish to reach.
Have sex! Drink milk--it helps relieve the sore muscles. You can also add some cool down stretches to your exercise program.
yes, cause it will only tear your muscle
Continuing to work those sore muscles is what you shouldn't do. By continuing to workout, you put too much pressure on the muscles and instead of being strengthen, you tire them and they will rip therefore you'll have to see a doctor and you can't exercise for 1-2 months. And when your muscles are sore, give them days of rest until they aren't sore anymore, eating food will determine the energy for the sore muscles, and stretch them to make the pain go away.
Muscles become sore from the lactic acid production being increased from strenuous output of energy on the muscles.
well actually yes for it can stop hurting.
Stretching is a good way to help sore muscles to feel better.
To work out sore musecls you set down or lay down, and rotate the arm or leg slowly and not very harsh. You do that for a minute or two the switch and go backwards instead of forward. Do this to your legs and arms whenever they are sore and they will feel better, then lay down and watcha a movie!No, you should not workout with sore muscles. If you work out with sore muscles instead of the muscle strengthening the muscle gets worn down and eventually, without rest, will rip and become worthless for one to two months, depending on how long it takes you to heal. You should devise your workout routine to work arm muscles one day and leg muscles the next, or whatever other thing you want to workout. Just make sure to give the muscles that you just worked out a day of rest and you should be fine.
Too much use of your muscles.
Your muscles tightening up
because your muscles are adapting to the workout you did
Aching is a 6 letter word that describes sore muscles.
Your muscles are the strongest parts of your body, even if you work you muscles to exhaustion, they will not hurt. It takes an awful lot to make your muscles hurt.
Lactic acid settling in the muscles
Because your muscles are sore after a long day of hard nonstop work.
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What causes sore muscles is that you have been working your muscles harder than normal, and can also be that those sore muscles haven't been worked that hard in a while, so it was very stressful for them. Cramps are caused by not stretching properly and your body isn't ready to do the physical task you want to do.