Did you lose motivation to go to the gym? Does everything you do feel more difficult? You may be experiencing the first signs of overtraining!
There's no doubt that lower back muscle pain is what we generally call lumbar pain (because it affects the lumbar area), or simply "back pain".
It can start either suddenly or gradually, depending on the cause that generates it.
We can divide lower back pain into two categories: with vertebral origin and non-vertebral origin. [...]
One of the most common types of soreness is without a doubt neck muscle pain.
I experience it sometimes, depending on the movements I do, how I sleep, the weather...but I had a car accident years ago, so I am also more exposed to it.
With neck pain we usually mean some sort of neck ache that lasts for a variable period of time, that can be days, months, and even years. [...]
Scapular muscle pain (between the shoulder blades) is a symptom that can be caused both by back problems and cervical problems, because many times the symptoms are the same.
At the same time another very frequent cause of pain scapular, is the chronic contracture of scapular muscles, upper and lower rhomboids, and sometimes even the lower trapezius, although with lower symptomatology. [...]
Muscle pain after exercise can be a problem for some and refrain them from giving 100% during workout, as they don't want to deal with pain.I don't get it.I love to feel my muscles sore after workout. You should be sore, actually. [...]
Muscle and joint pain include aching muscles as well as arms and legs joints, and are a common pathology that affects, sooner or (especially) later, young and aging bodybuilders.
Sore muscles and aching joints can become a real problem, I'd say a "show-stopper", if you're not able to solve it quickly. [...]
Do you do the correct exercises? Do you concentrate on the exercise form?If you want to build muscle fast you shouldn't focus on small muscles because even if they look nice they won't help you build a lot of mass.
You have to focus on big muscles like legs, back muscles and pectorals. [...]
It may sound like a silly question, but usually joint pain symptoms don't always affect only our joints (knees, elbows, shoulders, hips just to name a few).Several times joint pain occurs in conjunction with other signs and symptoms that vary depending on the disease or disorder. [...]
Body aches, sore knees, elbows, shoulders...what are the joint pain causes?Joint pain can be due to fairly mild illnesses, such as an overuse injury or sprain that respond well to remedies like rest and self-care.
Joint pain can be due to traumatic injury (dislocation), infection (septic arthritis or rheumatic fever), autoimmune diseases (Sjogren's syndrome), chronic degenerative diseases (arthritis), or malignancy (cancer). [...]