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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2014

    painfull leggs after run

    i started joggin to the gym and back,first day i started joggin stupid me never warmed up b4 hand,now yesterday my top half of legs were killing now my bottom leg muscle are killin me and walkin like john wayne today,whats best to recover them quickly or how long till they recoverd

  2. #2
    CrazyOldMan is offline Blood, check, sweat, check, tears, check. That's the warm up done.
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Yorkshire, UK
    Stretches when warmed up. The ideal time is just after you have trained to avoid some of the aching.
    Warm up stretches should be short 5 seconds each at most, I can't remember when I last did these regularly, which is bad.
    Cool down stretches need to be relaxed and longer 30 seconds or more each. These make such a massive difference. I do these almost 100% of the time and when I miss them I get a reminder why.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    2 things that I strongly recommend !!

    I would invest in a foam roller. This will help you to reduce soreness (though this does hurt like heck) but will help relax your sore muscles. Its like getting a deep tissue massage.

    The second thing, sit in an ice bath. This sucks at first to sit in, but this will really help to release all of the lactic acid build up and will help yo to recover tremendously.

    Hope this helps

    -Coach Willis

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2014
    i can't agree anymore

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    It's like going into the gym then you sudden stop. Your body will feel the pain. Try going into the gym again or just a few warm up and stretching. This will lessen the pain.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    Familiar casual sports as more seasoned , aches are sometimes downright painful reward. They are usually installed between two and three days after heavy exertion , and can last for ten days. These pains match hairline cracks of muscle fibers, auquelles the body responds by triggering a mild inflammatory reaction. Dr. Steven Stovitz University of Minnesota told our colleagues in the US HuffPost one type of movement in particular could lead to aches.
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  7. #7
    Join Date
    Mar 2018

    painfull leggs after run

    You said that you replaced the FCM, but assuming that your wiring harnesses are OK, the FCM is the only thing that controls the after-run functionality of the coolant pump, so Id say that your FCM is faulty.


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