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I Hate Muscle Aches After Workouts

But the immune system response can make or break the speed of recovery.

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Exercise always poses a problem to me. I have to get off that couch first and foremost, then I have to get dressed in the appropriate attire. If I’m living in a temperate climate that has winter seasons, there’s this really heavy feeling of inertia to get dressed up.

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Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Dr Joel Yong, PhD

Crafting strategies for optimising the biochemical pathways in the human body. Learn more at https://thethinkingscientist.substack.com.

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