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Expert Speak: How to Avoid Joint Issues After Exercising

  By posted May 30th 2012
Diet & Fitness

Exercise and joint pain don’t go together, but muscle pain signals a good workout. But what happens when the two types of pain - one bad, the other sweet - get mixed up? Are you prone to aching joints after a good run on the treadmill, or a good session with the barbell? If your answer is yes, then it's time you fixed the problem. This is reiterated by our expert, Arnav Sarkar, “In my experience I have seen that men destroy their joints via unsafe weight training methods, and going much heavier than what they can handle. While women develop joint issues due to overdoing cardio and not enough strength training.” Intrigued? Arnav elaborates... *Images courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images

 

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