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N33D2LOSE50 SparkPoints: (23,695)
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5/21/13 3:04 P

Thank you for your responses! There is no pain and I feel great afterwards. I was just wondering because with certain exercises it's frequent.

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,617
5/21/13 11:06 A

double jointed maybe?

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (172,514)
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5/21/13 10:42 A

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I always pop and crack during my warmup set. If there is no pain, don't worry.

HLKLJGK SparkPoints: (45,257)
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5/21/13 10:28 A

To be honest, I look forward to some popping when I start yoga back up after taking too long of a break. For me, I think it means I'm loosening up.

JULISKA09 SparkPoints: (16,182)
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5/21/13 9:42 A

Mine have done this without pain for years. It's probably just your bones rubbing together. I've also heard that it can be like a bubble in the joint that pops. Neither of these are really anything to worry about unless you have pain.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,573)
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5/20/13 6:18 P

Is there any pain?

I have similar issues, so I went and asked my doctor. He said as long as there is no pain, this is normal. I'd double check with yours the next time you go, but I wouldn't fret overmuch. Sometimes our bodies creak, pop, and groan!

N33D2LOSE50 SparkPoints: (23,695)
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5/20/13 5:52 P

I noticed that every time I do a squat my knees pop. Also, when I use my hand weights my shoulder and elbow joints pop. What does that mean? I've been exercising for awhile now and I still notice this. Any suggestions?

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