As others mentioned hydration and nutrition is important but so is form. Often when I am working out hard I get tense and have to remember to breathe properly and to relax my shoulders, my jaw and the front of my neck.
Clenching my teeth, holding my body too tightly and hunching my shoulders can give me neck and headache pain. Thankfully my cardio/strength instructor reminds us to breathe deeply, relax and drop our shoulders and to relax the front of our necks and jaws. She is constantly telling us to breathe deeply and to exhale, something I can forget to do because I am focusing so intently on the routine. Just a couple of things to keep in mind as you workout. Hope this is of help.
Edited by: FLORADITA at: 2/26/2014 (17:22)
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