Posts Tagged ‘pain’

5 Tips for Bodybuilding With Lower Back Pain

Monday, April 15th, 2013

Back WorkoutsBodybuilding is a great way to sculpt and tone muscles, but the strain that it places on the body is sometimes too much to bear. Injuries are not uncommon among bodybuilders, and lower back pain is one of the most common problems experienced by lifters everywhere.

If you’re experiencing lower back pain, you don’t have to stop your workout routine. However, you should remember these tips that will help you manage your back pain and heal quickly.

  1. Practice the RICE Method

    For dealing with lower back pain and muscle injuries of all kinds, bodybuilders and doctors everywhere recommend RICE: rest, ice, compression and elevation. This tried and true combination of treatments will help to relieve your back pain and make sure that you recover as quickly as possible.

    Rest will give your back the time it needs to heal naturally, ice helps to reduce swelling, compression keeps you from making any straining movements, and elevation ensures healthy blood flow. Always remember to RICE your injuries for a quick and healthy recovery.
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4 Expert Tips for Weightlifters to Get Rid of Shoulder Pain For Good

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
Rick Kaselj
Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj is a personal trainer that focuses on helping clients overcome their injuries. Rick’s specialization is the shoulder and did his Masters’ degree project on designing effective exercises for the rotator cuff. He shares with rotator cuff injury suffers and fitness professionals what he has learned in school and from his clients and has put it all into the Shoulder Pain Solved Program.

If You Don’t Want Shoulder Pain When You Lift, Do This

Thanks for all the feedback and voting in the last post.
Now I got a better idea of how I can help you.
Lets get to what you can do to get rid of shoulder pain during your lifts.

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If Your Goal is to Build Muscle or Gain Strength, Then Prehab is a Necessity

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011
Rick Kaselj
Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj is a personal trainer that focuses on helping clients overcome their injuries. Rick’s specialization is the shoulder and did his Masters’ degree project on designing effective exercises for the rotator cuff. He shares with rotator cuff injury suffers and fitness professionals what he has learned in school and from his clients and has put it all into the Effective Rotator Cuff Exercise Program.

Exercises for Injuries Feedback

This is the first of what will hopefully be a series of posts by Rick about injury prevention and rehabilitation. Although you won’t learn about the finer details of effective rotator cuff exercises or knee injury prevention in this post, I do hope it will encourage you to think about your own aches and pains.
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How to Reduce Neck Strain

Saturday, February 20th, 2010
Swole Fitness Tips

You might not believe this tip, but I’ve read about this time and again. You should put your tongue on the roof of your mouth whenever you exercise, especially when doing something that might typically strain your neck.

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How to Recover From Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

Question of the WeekThis question of the week is a question to me, rather than a question to you. Let me know your thoughts on the subject after reading the article.

Let me tell you about a recent conversation with one of my friends over IM. This guy used to lift with me back in college, but he’s working on his own business right now and hasn’t touched a weight in almost a year. So they guy goes out and gets a gym membership and starts training again last Monday.

This is how the conversation went down…

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