TMS: Too Painful to Exercise

Jul 11, 2023


When you’ve got pain (whether in the neck, back, knees, or feet), it’s only logical to rest the affected area and wait for it to heal. Or at least it seems that way. But when you have TMS, resting the painful area doesn’t work. It only makes the situation worse and invites new pain symptoms in other parts of the body. It starts to snowball and people never get better.

Exercise is actually one of the best things you can do for chronic pain. It sends a message to your subconscious mind that:

You're NOT broken.
You’re NOT buying this pain charade.
You’re NOT playing.

But if you’ve been in pain for a while, it’s tough to get back into an exercise routine because it’s going to cause more pain - at least initially. And that’s the hard part. In this episode, John Thornton explains:

1. Why exercise is the shortest distance between you and pain free.
2. How to break through the bell-shaped curve of pain and get to other side.
3. How to start an exercise routine with minimal pain and maximum benefit. *

And to start YOUR recovery: Click Here

*Please consult with your physician before beginning any new exercise program and have a few sessions with a personal fitness trainer if you are new or getting back to a weight resistance routine.


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