I think it depends on the reasons why you suffer sore legs.
If you suffer sore legs after an intensive workout (like the CrossFit ones I do), I suggest you to do a good stretching before and after the workout, and then, after you have taken shower, put Arnica Oil on your legs: Arnica Oil is really useful, as it helps your muscles to better regenerate themselves and rest after an intensive workout.
When I use Arnica Oil, I don't feel any pain in my legs, even after a HIIT workout.
All of this, if sore legs are caused by your workout... otherwise you should look for other solutions, even if I think Arnica Oil helps in many situations.
You should include a warm-up, cool-down, stretching and rest in your exercise plan.
Active rest is a good idea. Active recovery increases the blood flow to sore muscles. This can be done with easy calisthenics, a light jog, walking or playing a sport in a non-rigorous manner.
Also make sure you get adequate sleep, eat in a healthy manner and hydrate well as these also can help relieve or ward off excessive soreness.
by steinbergr5 years ago
Cure for sore legs?I did a little more exercise yesterday than I do normally now my legs hurt so much it is difficult to walk around. Anyone know what I could do make the pain go away?
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