Delayed onset muscle soreness describes a phenomenon of muscle pain, muscle soreness or muscle stiffness that occurs in the day or two after exercise.
This muscle soreness is most frequently felt when you begin a new exercise program, change your exercise routine, or dramatically increase the duration or intensity of your exercise routine.
Although it can be alarming for new exercisers, delayed onset muscle soreness is a normal response to unusual exertion and is part of an adaptation process that leads to greater stamina and strength as the muscles recover.
Jesus perceived that they were about to come and take Him by force to make Him king. John 6:15.
Jesus knew what they were thinking. Luke 5:22.
The same Holy Spirit that resided in Jesus resides in us. So if Jesus had the ability to perceive and to know, then so do we.
Exercise of the Week: Desire to desperately know the Holy Spirit—because He possesses all the gifts that you’ll ever need.
Don Nava has served as a coach for the past 35 years. He started his coaching career in Silicon Valley, coaching executives at Cisco Systems, Silicon Graphics, ATT, NIKE and many venture capitalists. After years of research, study and observation, Coach Nava determined that there are several underlying mental, emotional, directional and spiritual issues that are keeping people from being physically fit. As a result, he designed and developed the Totally Fit Life System which has been a catalyst of transformation for thousands of men, women and children.
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