Swimming is a low-impact exercise that is easy on your joints, but if you use faulty stroke mechanics, you might find your neck sore after swimming. Because swimming depends so heavily on technique, any imperfections affect your speed and efficiency in the water.Continue reading
Usually, these pains are due to delayed-onset muscle soreness, which almost all fitness enthusiasts experience at some point. In rarer cases, improper exercise technique, a muscle strain or another injury can cause muscle and neck pain after exercise.Continue reading
There are many ways driving long distances can induce neck pain. Spending hours behind the wheel can be taxing, and when you’re immobile for extended periods of time while being jostled by the road, your body can begin to hurt in various ways.Continue reading
Your commute could be the reason for your neck, back and shoulder pain.
Being behind the wheel for long stretches can result in a stiff neck, but a little preventative maintenance can go a long way towards avoiding driving-related neck pain.