In my experience, no one ever does. It’s just not part of their training. It’s not a pain they are seeking out.
It’s just a muscle group that’s been overworked. That’s a fact. But, in many cases, you will feel pain. You will feel cramps, pains, and soreness after a hard workout. If you are not experiencing some pain from your workout, it is absolutely not necessary to seek treatment.
The issue is that the majority of people don’t know what “pain” actually is. I’m a medical professional, so I know what “pain” is. It is a feeling that comes from an injury, or a strain, or some other type of pain. Most people don’t know that this “pain” is actually a form of pleasure. In fact, most people don’t even know that this “pain” is pleasurable.
This is why the majority of people who believe in pain-relieving drugs do not actually have a good understanding of what pain actually is. Most people dont know the pleasurable feel of a sore muscle, or the pleasure of a pain-free workout. Thats why people are willing to take pain-killing drugs like Oxycontin, which kill the pleasure of a workout, and actually make their lives worse.
The good news is that you can get a good workout without any pain. But a good workout is a good workout because it produces a chemical called endorphins. Endorphins are pain-relieving chemicals that are produced by the brain and are released when we exercise or feel pleasure. So, when you exercise your brain releases endorphins in your muscles. Endorphins are good for you because they send a message to your brain telling it to stop being so harsh on your body.
Endorphins are also released by the brain when we are stressed and tired. When you exercise in the right way, you’re releasing chemicals that make your muscles relax. When your muscles are relaxed, they are more likely to be injury-resistant. If only they were less injury-resistant.
When you exercise hard enough and in the right way, you are releasing endorphins to the brain. They don’t just sit there, waiting to be released. They are released in bursts that keep your body from recovering from exercise. If you are not feeling any pain from your workout, your endorphins are released more quickly, which means you are not as sore and that means your muscles will be more injury-resistant.
What do we know about endorphins from the research? There are two ways to look at endorphins. The first is that they are the feel-good hormone that comes to the brain when you get into some kind of happy state. Then there is a second way of looking at it. The endorphins are the hormone that is released when we are in pain, hurt, or afraid.
If you think about pain and how it is an involuntary response to something going wrong, then you have to wonder what is going on with us. Like we’re the ones that are injured, hurt, and afraid all the time. We are the ones that get sore, hurt, and afraid just from being in the moment. We are the ones that get so anxious that we don’t have time to enjoy the moment when we are in pain.
Pain is the body’s way of saying to itself, “Ah, I’m not happy and I’m not okay.” It is how we cope with what is going wrong in our lives. If we feel the pain, we are able to make it better. All these things that the endorphins are doing are actually the body’s way of saying, “You are in a state of pain so you have to make this worse.