My body is in pain.

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Dec 22, 2012 2:53am
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I've been doing the exercises since Wednesday. I was already working out before I started these workouts. For the past month I wake up and I do 100 push ups and walk for one hour. I always take weekends off from working out. I just want to know am I over working myself, or will the pain pass after my body gets use to doing these exercises.

Dec 22, 2012 3:06am
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I believe that starting workouts must be one day working one day resting. At least for first month. Sure the pain will pass but if you didnt give time to your body to rest just 1 or 2 day your bodt couldnt start to recover itself. On the other hand if the pain is especially around and back of your chest please just make a check up at your cardiologist

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Dec 22, 2012 3:17am
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It'll pass... This is the phase you have to work through... The don't give up, no pain no gain phase... There's a well known quote bodybuilders like to use for this: "Pain is weakness leaving the body". Keep pushing, Charles. You'll thank yourself for it later.
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Dec 22, 2012 3:24am
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Its normal and shall pass.  If it too much just rest a day or so.  Do lots of stretches it really does help

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Dec 22, 2012 3:30am
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Thank you guys for the reply. Getting my body in shape has always been a goal for me. Surprisingly even when I served in the Army I didn't take advantage of doing my body right. I'm 27 now, but I still wanna feel 16 if you you know what I mean. I have a two year old and keeping up with her is tough lol.

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Dec 22, 2012 10:52am
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If you work out very hard you can take an aspirin before sleeping. It really helps. I read that some told you to workout one day and the second one take a break. I dont think that its a good ideea. I work out mo-fr and weekends i take a rest and really do nothing. You have to try it out and see by yourself how your body feels better. You'll have to workout with your muscla pain for about 2-4 weeks, but after that you'll feel no more pain

I hope it helps and by the way, i'm 25 and was in the same situation as you 5 months ago and now i love to workout and no more pain.

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Dec 22, 2012 11:28am
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I'm 29 and I've led a pretty sedentary life. I've started taking glutamine after my workouts along with a protein shake and that really helps with the pain. And stretching before and after workouts help a lot!
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