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The common causes of muscle pain and how to avoid them in your exercise regimee

A couple of weeks ago, the guys at Bodytonic clinic contacted me because they wanted to expand their health and fitness related blog content. 

Specialist Osteopathy, Pilates, Massage, Health, Beauty and Fitness clinics based in the heart of London, Canada Water SE16, Wapping E1W & Stratford E15 (E20, Zone 2).

They are very nice guys and great professionals, if you have the opportunity because you live near or you travel to London, I recommend that you pay them a visit and enjoy their facilities and services.

For this occasion, they’ve put together an infographic about the common causes of muscle aches and pains in your fitness regime, specifically those which come about as a result of a poorly planned fitness regime.

Obviously, this wouldn´t happen if you´d hire a personal trainer to plan your fitness journey and help you all the way.

The common causes of muscle pain and how to avoid them in your exercise regimee

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28 thoughts on “The common causes of muscle pain and how to avoid them in your exercise regimee

  1. hey hey davidddddd,

    ive been having some pain in my neck recently, it’s kind of crazy and I enjoyed reading this post!
    Ima try excersize it away x

    sareena

    1. Glad you liked it 😁
      There are specific neck stretches. Just google it or visit my new friends 😉
      And just guessing, are you using your phone too much lately? It’s #1 cause of neck pain recently 🤔
      Big hugs,
      David

      1. not my phone but my laptopppp, I will find some stretches then xx
        EVEN BIGGER HUGS
        sareena

      2. Oh, I get it 😉 Sit tight, keep your spine straight and take 5 minutes to stretch every hour 💪 😘

      3. thank you doctor david <3

      4. LOL!! You’re welcome 😉

  2. Great information!

    1. Thank you :)

  3. Great suggestions can you please give me some exercise ideas to help Munch strengthen his upper body? He could barely lift his body out of the pool. He’s 10. Thanks

    1. Sure! I will send you an email with videos and explanation 👌😉

      1. Thanks so much

  4. Great infographic indeed, David. Warming up and cooling down seems to be what most people underestimate.

    1. Thank you! That’s right, indeed, and that’s why most people get injured 😓

  5. I really like the way that this flows! I would make a great poster.

    1. I´m glad you like it :)

  6. great blog post. thank you for sharing this great information with us. and i hope you will share this also in future.

    1. Thank you, Alina! I will, I´m just taking a short summer break :D

  7. I am so sore! suppose I better get stretching!!!!

    1. Haha! Agreed!! You’ll feel better later 😉

  8. Very useful! Thank yoy

    1. My pleasure :)

  9. Very useful and wonderful info.. Thanks chape.. 🙂

    1. I’m glad you like it 😉👌

  10. Great post, I could use this information.

    1. Thank you! So glad you like it 😊

  11. Wow what a good infographic! I think the most common mistake amongst newbies is not warming up properly. It takes a lot for the body to jump from 1 to 100 without any warning

    1. Not only newbies, vets (non-pro) athletes don´t like to warm up either :) Later, they complain about injuries :D
      It only takes 15 minutes or so, and it offers many benefits! Never skip your warm-up ;)

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