I call this pose, "ouch. My back"
Calvin shoot was of course @greenlowtops (green stuff)
Topic: soreness vs actual pain & "no pain no gain" mantra
So there's obviously a big difference between being sore from a workout and being in physical pain. If you can't tell the difference...???
If you're extremely sore (which you should be) than giving those muscles at least 2 days to recover is recommended to give them proper time to repair those torn muscles and get best results.
Physical pain can mean a few things.
1) you're lifting too heavy (yes, you can be lifting too heavy) and should work on building overall strength at lighter weight and take the process slower.
2) you have improper form which is causing the wrong parts of your body for that particular workout.
A lot of people will say that pin comes with lifting heavy and say that I'm wrong (fight me). When you're pushing your body through actual pain you put yourself at risk for obtaining more severe injuries and then putting yourself out of commission entirely. If your body cannot physically take the pressure of high weight training, work on lower weights gradually until it can.
You may even have bad joints and what not (don't use it as a crutch) which in that case you can do rehabilitation exercises to increase the strength for those joints so you don't have to be a big weenie about them crippling your fitness journey. You can gradually become stronger and more capable so, these things are doable!
I may still be squishy in some places but that's ok because I'm working hard every day to get to where I want to be!! I will get there and I will continue to help others to get there too!! Join me?? You won't regret it!
Hein yn landio yn post fi a dwin lladd yn hyn yn crio wrth agor nhw. Does ynna ddim diwadd ar y poen o bod oddiwrth y pobol sydd yn neud bywyd werth byw. Dwi mor lwcus i alw hi yn ffrind i fi. Er bod hi 'off the scale nut job' Does ddim rhaid i fi ddeud faint o anhygoel ydi hi, bob tro ma enw hi yn gal i ddeud ma pobol yn deud wrtha fi faint o ffeind a caredig a hardd a cry ydi hi, a bob tro dwi mwy a mwy proud ohona hi. Dwin diolch i dduw am rhoi hon yn ffrind i fi, byth bythoedd. Amen.