Exercise is a process of micro-progressions. If you try to progress too fast, your body can produce a negative adaptation.
We often use the callus vs. blister analogy to depict this idea. For example, if you have to dig a hole with a shovel in your yard and you haven’t done anything related to that stress on your hands for a while, there’s a good chance you may develop a blister after spending several hours doing that.
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