How to eliminate pain

When we say pain, we’re not talking about the pain you get when you go hard in a workout. Not the fran cough or the sore muscles. That’s what we call discomfort, not pain. Pain is something that doesn’t allow you to do day to day tasks.

Maybe it’s a shoulder injury, or your back or whatever the case may be. Usually when someone get’s in “Pain”, what’s the first step? They stop doing everything all together, or that movement that caused them the problem. But, they never address the problem. The video below doesn’t give you the answers to everything in this world about pain, but it might make you think and get you a step in the right direction.

Figure out why you had this pain? Was it poor movement, mobility, free accident? Then figure out how to go about fixing this problem, and news flash, avoiding things doesn’t fix the problem. Think of it this way, if you broke your leg, got a cast, got out of the cast and decided i’m never using this leg again since it’s been broken, I don’t wan to hurt it again so i’m not going to use it. What do you think would happen to that leg?

That analogy may sound silly, but that is what people do when they hurt their back or shoulder or leg. They avoid every movement that uses that body part. How will you ever strengthen that weakness if you never work on it? Doesn’t make much sense. Listen, learn and think deeply about how to solve your pain:

THURSDAY 2.14.19

Tabata Bike Calories
Rest 1:00
Tabata Row Calories
Rest 1:00
Tabata Abmat Situps
Rest 1:00
Tabata Single Under
Rest 1:00
Tabata 10m Shuttle Run
*The Tabata interval is 20 seconds of work followed by 10 seconds of rest for 8 intervals.
Tabata score is the least number of reps performed in any of the eight intervals.

5 sets:
40yd Dual Farmer Carry
40yd Dual Front Rack Carry
*Both AHAP