The laces are the familiar muscle pain that occur in the most trained area after exercise and one of the causes of muscle soreness is as a result of damage to muscle fibers.
It is possible to avoid muscle soreness, and to do it is to make some kind of warming before intense exercise, either with light aerobic activity or if you will work with weights, do some repetitions of the moves with little weight.
A common remedy for muscle pain is sugar water, although not proven this to be effective. Something that many trainers recommend is to mix a pint of water with a teaspoon of baking soda and a squeeze of lemon juice. This should be drunk before exercise or immediately after. Another alternative is to take water with some lemon half an hour before exercise.
If you’re suffering from muscle aches, there is no magic bullet, because the pain will persist until the muscle heals, but you can speed up this process to relieve muscle soreness by eating foods high in antioxidants, vitamin C and E. Another alternative of the ways to reduce muscle soreness is to take some anti-inflammatory and soft analgesic, to help better withstand pain.
Another remedy to heal muscle soreness and inflammation is the cold, and you can use to apply cold compresses or immersing the area in ice water. It is important to remember that you should not do physical activity with cold muscles literally, and also suffer from muscle soreness if it is best to suspend the exercise completely for muscle pain recovery.
You must also remember that the pain happens when you do exercise that you are not used, either because they are new to the bodybuilding world, you have adopted a new sport or simply have gained weight in your exercises, or the angle, or taken an exercise fitness again. Whatever the case, it is important to remember that the pain will diminish with practice, and you can minimize long as you in your gradual load increase, change of practice or whatever you are innovating.
The injuries that occur in the muscle are at the microscopic level, so you should not worry too much about a muscle tear just a pain after doing intense exercise. The lesions occur in both muscle tissue and in the connecting muscles to bone and cartilage. The pain occurs in part to these microscopic lesions and in part to the metabolites produced by muscle cells under certain conditions, such as sudden intense exercise. You may be all heard the story of lactic acid and fermentation of sugar instead of oxidation.
By repeating the training that has caused pain, the body eventually adapt by increasing its ability to perform such training if you have given the time needed to repair muscle tissue. After just a few days of training (provided you let the muscle rest at the days of pain) will notice that you no longer hurt after doing exercise.