WHAT IS CALF PAIN AFTER RUNNING?
Calf pain is a common issue that runners can experience. The calves are often the first muscles to be sore after running for beginners, coming back from an injury, or taking too much time off of training; they get more work than other parts of your body during periods with faster speeds and greater distances covered per session (like in speed work). It usually goes away on its own, but sometimes massage therapy may help if needed!
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TEMPORARY DISCOMFORT AND PAIN
When dealing with pain, it's important, to be honest, and realistic about your condition. Pain can come in many forms--some of which may not even feel as if they're physically hurting, but just cause discomfort or stress instead!
1. Discomfort that is only temporary is not the same as pain.
Pain is an indicator that we have done something wrong. Pain should not be ignored or indulged, since it can signal broken bones and other more serious conditions
The discomfort felt when muscles are loaded with new stresses can range from mild discomfort to outright pain; however, these sensations pale in comparison to the intense distress of having gone too far - beyond what was feasible for your body's strength as currently conditioned.
2. The difference between discomfort and pain is crucial.
Pain has a specific cause, whereas discomfort alone does not. Discomfort fades on its own, but the pain does not.
Pain is your body's way of letting you know that something is wrong. By addressing pain on time, it can be worked out and corrected before any permanent damage takes place. Exercising regularly helps with eliminating discomfort as well! Short runs barefoot are helpful because they teach proper coordination while giving off feelings like relaxation; jumps with rope on one or both legs will help too since this teaches how to synchronize their weight distribution properly during movement.