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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-19-2009, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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How to deal with soreness

Wednesday, i went to a Muay Thai class and after a BJJ class. Today i woke up and i can barely move. I am fairly new to MMA and i was wondering what is the best method to cope with soreness. I dont want it to slow down my training. How do you guys treat your soreness.
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Wednesday, i went to a Muay Thai class and after a BJJ class. Today i woke up and i can barely move. I am fairly new to MMA and i was wondering what is the best method to cope with soreness. I dont want it to slow down my training. How do you guys treat your soreness.

epson salts hot bath then massage your muscles and rub the lactic acid out....
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go for a 20 minute walk in the cold night in your boxers, then get a good nights rest
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There is something called vodka...
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let some one kick you as hard as they can in your balls and that other pain will be gone I guarantee it!!!!!
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I drink two glasses of badger milk a day. If badger milk isnt sold in your local general store, then your body will start to naturally adjust to the intensity and impact of striking based martial arts training. Remember to stretch before and after.
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I drink two glasses of badger milk a day. If badger milk isnt sold in your local general store, then your body will start to naturally adjust to the intensity and impact of striking based martial arts training. Remember to stretch before and after.

dam....No thanks No Badger milk in Florida anyway as far as I know.....
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No badgers milk? Well, i have heard that rams piss will toughen a man up a bit.
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Stretching, lots of water, potassium, creatine, time!!!! you will get more adapted to it.
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go for a 20 minute walk in the cold night in your boxers, then get a good nights rest
Really wish I hadnt tried this

Bath salts and deep heat for emergencies work for me
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