As the user said before me, drinking a ton of water definitely has helped me with my own cramps.Hey Fitness ERA!
I’ve just begun working out, from home. Im not overweight, you’d perhaps even call me somewhat underweight (I can eat A LOT without gaining) which yeah, has made me begin working out for a healthier and better lifestyle.
Im doing some things, mostly from home right now. Unfortunaly I currently have a broken arm, which means lots of squats, situps and cardio.
My question to boot is, if I got the workout cramp (don’t know the exact term for this) the day after training (in my legs) is it bad to go for a run today too?
Im motivated as hell and frankly want to do my daily run but I realise that Im very out of shape and that it maybe isn’t too good run every day if your muscles hurt somewhat the day after
If you have a foam roller, you could also stimulate blood flow in your legs to help recovery and flexibility. I highly recommend it.
Kinda hurts at first, especially when using on the legs and glutes, but you feel amazing after