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6 body quirks during exercise & how to fix them

A sudden, intense cramp in a solitary muscle as you rep it out; an abrupt and urgent need to use the toilet a few kilometres into your run; an uncontrollable urge to yawn as you pedal away on the stationary bike.

CNS recovery

Those who train for aesthetics are generally less concerned about recovery than gym-goers who train for strength or performance. But does training just one muscle group at each workout really insulate your body from the cumulative stress of multiple hard sessions?

 

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