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Straining iss a muscular damage that happens after a rupture of numerous muscular fibers.

Muscular straining takes place during a muscular effort (in 90% of cases straining is a sport accident)


The types of pain:

  • Intense
  • Brutal
  • Sudden
  • Imposes an immediate stop of the activity


How can we recognize it ?

  • Deformed aspect  of the muscle
  • Appearance of hematoma and oedema


Probable cause:

  • Important stretch
  • Violent effort
  • Excessive or insufficient training


How to avoid it

  • Serious warm up
  • Progressive training
  • Adapted nutrition and hydration


A muscle is made up of several cells or muscle fibers organized in parallel bundles along the length of the muscle.

Each muscle fiber is itself composed of several myofibrils, intracellular units that contract and allow movement.


Straining at the molecular level:

The muscle fibers are “broken” and myocytes can no longer function

They are broken because their elasticity no longer works (they have been extended too much)






  • Meats, fish and eggs: it allows an iron contribution and in proteins, which is essential for our muscles.


  • Starchy foods, cereal and cereal products: we can find in this category pasta, potatoes, rice, bread, corn, oat flakes and semolina which bring carbohydrates in the form of sugar in the bodysuit


  • Vegetables and fruits: this group brings vitamins, minerals and fibers as melon, pineapple, strawberry and salad and beans.


  • Dairy products: this category brings some calcium and proteins, as yoghurts, milk and cheese.


  • Fats: it is here that we find all which is oil, butter, fats of cooking, sour cream


  • Suger products : we find in this category all that we call slow-burning sugar or quick-burning sugar.


  • Drinks: as tea, coffee and water. These allow to hydrate the body, allow a contribution of mineral salts.