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Sore Muscle Bath Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Sore Muscle Bath.

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29 Proven Methods to Manage Aches & Pains

Many people struggle with pain. Whether it's short term from an injury or chronic due to disc issues, neuropathy or Fibromyalgia, we all want to find relief. Pain clinics and medical interventions are great places to begin, but some pain sufferer...  Read more

Smart Ways to Soothe Sore Muscles

Pain is a real, well, pain! How many times have you been gung-ho to start a new workout routine only to feel like you've been hit by a ton of bricks on day two? Something as simple as walking down the stairs can feel like torture. Most of us have...  Read more

Ditch the Winter Itch

If you've ever scratched your arm or leg and left a trail of white flakes (who hasn't?), then you’ve seen the effects of dry skin. While uncomfortable, dry skin usually isn’t "serious," but it can make a formerly-smooth...  Read more

8 Ways to Speed Up Workout Recovery

When you're serious about your training and your fitness goals, you're no stranger to tough workouts. You know that you have to put in the hard work to get the results you want.  But whether you’re training for a specific even...  Read more

Aromatherapy for the Whole Family

In the 1920's, French chemist Rene Maurice Gattefosse accidentally lit his arm on fire in his laboratory. The nearest cold liquid was a vat of lavender oil, into which he thrust his arm in an act of desperation. To his surprise, the pain subsided...  Read more

Beginning Exercise Very Sore
Updated 5/31/2015 1:12:17 AM

Hi, I am out of shape and have started going to the gym. Because of some joint (knee and ankle) pain, was advised to start slow on elliptical then finish on the recumbent bike. Both are with no resistance. Was advised to go at my own pace and stop...  Read more

Major muscles and exercising them
Updated 5/29/2015 11:46:13 AM

I'm seeing a number of articles suggesting to make sure you are working all the major muscles when doing strength training ... but I haven't found (and don't know) what they are ... and if the exercise videos i'm using are covering them all wher...  Read more

Depends on what type of pain. If it's general sore
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Depends on what type of pain. If it's general soreness, I might keep going, but anything sharp or blister-feeling, I'll stop. I don't normally wear heels if I can help it!...  Read more

Comment if you're sore from yesterday's or today's
Updated 5/25/2015 10:12:56 PM

Comment if you're sore from yesterday's or today's workout!...  Read more

I have been taking baths lately because I can fina
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I have been taking baths lately because I can finally fit in it, comfortably! Oh how I missed those days....  Read more

Epson Salt Bath

Relax - don't think of all the things that need to be done - lay there for 15 minutes and let your body enjoy. This is great for sore muscles, aches and pains. Epson Salt Baths are so good for you - just google - you'll see all the benefits. 414...  Read more

Quiet Time Reward

I reward myself every day I workout with a hot bath. The real treat is that I only use my nice shower gels when I do a workout. The heat soothes my sore muscles and I get at least 2 glasses of ice, cold water when I am in there and it is a great ti...  Read more

Iron Maidens

Inspiration for women focused on increasing lean muscle mass and lowering body fat through strength training and having FUN doing it. Some come on aboard and join up with us. You will not regret it!...  Read more

Healthy, Homemade Gifts: Bath Salts

After a long, tough workout, an equally long, hot bath is just what I crave. If I'm feeling particularly sore, I add Epsom salts, which help reduce inflammation. You can buy expensive aromatherapy bath salts at department stores, but I don't like to...  Read more

You Asked: ''Should I Work Out Today If I'm Still Sore from Yesterday's Workout?''

It's common for beginners to experience muscle soreness that lasts for a week or two, just as seasoned exercisers will be sore after a tough workout. Yes, you should keep working out even though you are sore, but there is more to it than that.&nb...  Read more