Beasley Best Community of Caring

Beasley Best Community of Caring

Beasley Best Community of Caring

Marlene of Yoga on the Move Berlin warms up prior online stream session in her home on March 25, 2020 in Berlin, Germany.

Working out is hard to do. Factor in being sore from previous workouts, and it makes skipping your routine too enticing. There are ways to push through that soreness through workouts that stretch those tight, sore muscles all while getting active. Below, we have suggestions that make it easier to overcome feeling sore.

  • Full Body Yoga Stretch

    My go-to stretch video for sore muscles and flexibility, Sarah Beth’s 20-minute-long video is perfectly calming and soothing as you smooth out those tight muscles from the inside.

  • Post-Workout Tips

    Slowly foam rolling post-workout and incorporating active recovery cooldowns post-workouts are just some of the suggestions proven to enhance muscle repair.

  • Active Recovery Workout - Intermediate Level

    During an intense workout, lactic acid is produced and builds up in your muscles, causing pain and soreness. The below video demonstrates how to effectively get a light workout in on your rest days while incorporating stretches.

  • Active Recovery Workout - Beginner/Intermediate Level

    This 20 minute full body active recovery workout is slow paced, with a preview of what to expect before the exercise begins. The man and woman show different modification on how to complete the workout and stretches to show the many ways to tailor it to you.

  • Active Recovery Workout - Beginner Level

    Fitness instructor Amy shows us gentle recovery movement, mobility and flexibility in an easy to follow, 22-minute workout. She’s great with encouraging you to only do what is comfortable and to not push yourself too much.

  • Cold and Heat Therapy

    This “5 Ways To Reduce Muscle Soreness (INSTANTLY)” goes more in depth about the benefits of using cold and heat therapy. Ice baths and cold showers can help reduce inflammation, while going to a sauna, steam room or jacuzzi session a day or two after your workout can help loosen up tight muscles.

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