“No Pain, No Gain”

"No pain, No gain," But Exceeding The Pain Gives No Gain.

“No pain, no gain,” should we take it so hard, which even can damage your body. Getting out of the bed and starting any working out is hard enough, but doing it regularly and consistently every single day is something of a challenge. Working out is grueling work, and every day you make yourself overcome some new challenges, maybe take those extra ten crunches or jog for a minute more, or sometimes if you are in a masochistic mood, you might even do some extra plank. But where does this stop? How much pain is too much pain?

"No pain, No gain," But Exceeding The Pain Gives No Gain.
“No Pain, No gain”

Our bodies are like a machine; the better you take care of it, the better will be the result. Especially in today’s daily lifestyle where there are hardly any strenuous activities that we need to do, it is necessary to keep some form of exercise in your daily routines. Joining a gym is also a very effective way to keep yourself fit. With the help of trainers, you can understand your body’s stamina and set a goal for yourself. Additionally, seeing so many people working hard motivates you to do the same. But in the face of a challenge, you should never forget your body’s limitations. Just like a machine, your body also has a threshold point, beyond which pushing it will have adverse results, like damage to your heart and arteries. 

So, How Do We Know When To Stop Or Take A Break? 

  • First of all, you should pay attention to our body’s warning signs. If your Feeling disinterested in exercising, having mood swings, your performance is decreasing, your taking more breaks, having a high heart rate, feeling fatigued, or having insomnia, then it’s time to have a break. 
  • Secondly, over-exercising also depends on your age, health, and choice of workouts. Ideally, an adult should get 5 hours a week of moderate exercise or two and a half hours of intense activity. Study shows that an average or light runner has a lower chance of death than a person who doesn’t exercise. But a fast pace runner has the same chances of dying as the non-runners. Furthermore, extreme endurance exercises like running a marathon can also lead to a heart attack or heart damage, heart rhythm disorders, and enlarged arteries. It can even change the shape of the heart, thickening the muscle walls. For a woman, strenuous exercise can also lead to loss of menstruation, osteoporosis, and eating disorders. 
  • Additionally, over-exercise increases the risk of overuse injuries, like tendinitis and stress fractures, which result from repetitive trauma and also hampers the immune system. 
"No pain, No gain," But Exceeding The Pain Gives No Gain.
“No Pain, No gain”

Moreover, it is crucial to understand that moderation in all things is the best practice. You might think that over-exercising for a few months will help you reach your fitness goals faster, but it is not so. 

“No Pain, No Gain” Statement Bracelet

"No Pain, No Gain" Statement Bracelet
“No Pain, No Gain” Statement Bracelet

It requires a lot of patience to keep working at your goals diligently, and not always will you find the motivation. But little things like even a motivational “No pain, No gain” statement bracelet made of light silicon material might induce you to get up and go for a jog. Moreover, this trendy bracelet is perfect for accessorizing your work out outfit and encourages you to fulfill your dreams. After all, just because we are going to sweat like a cow doesn’t mean we can’t keep things trendy. 

With so much health knowledge at the palm of our hands, all you need to do is buck up and go for a run, but just not all the time.

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