How to Tell if You’re Actually Hurt-or Just Sore-from Working Out

Women's Health—July 28, 2015

Women’s Health reports that there are signs of whether or not an individual is injured or just sore from working out.

According to Jordan D. Metzl, MD, a sports medicine physician at Hospital for Special Surgery, women have a higher pain threshold than men. "They’re more likely to push through aches, which can lead to bigger ones," said Dr. Metzl.

To learn more, visit www.womenshealthmag.com.

 

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