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 Have you ever heard of a program called Less Pain, Some Gain? It's a DVD by Dr. Tom Venuto that has been used thousands of times around the world. Even though the program has been around for a long time, some people still don't know about it. In this article, we are going to take a quick look at the Less Pain, Some Gain program and see if it can help you live a more pain-free life.

First of all, let me tell you what Less Pain Same Gain is all about. It's an eleven-week program that will help you change your relationship with pain. Why is this important? Because you have probably found yourself in a situation where you have been in too much pain to even do simple activities. This program shows you how to identify which pain you are feeling and then turn it into something positive.

You see, the pain is completely relative. What you are feeling right now will totally affect what you are going to feel a week or two down the road. What worked the first time might not work anymore. You might end up with a totally different pain profile than you had when you started the program.

That is why it is so important to learn how to take a good look at what you are doing when it comes to pain. If you continue doing the same things over again you will always be reactive. Instead of being proactive, you will become reactive. That is the last thing you want to be doing when it comes to your health.

What does this mean for Less Pain, Some Gain? It means you can make major changes in your life just by changing a couple of things in your routine. The first change comes from your diet. You need to eliminate things like processed foods, junk food, and sugar. Instead, you need to eat more healthy foods.

You should also start to lift weights. You should use free weights or machines. Use them to build lean muscle mass. That is the foundation for Less Pain, Some Gain. Muscle helps you burn more calories and gain weight. Both things help you burn fat and build muscle.

Now that you have got your diet, nutrition, and a nice routine in place you must focus on your workouts. Pick a routine that you enjoy and stick to it. It does not matter what it is. As long as it gets you moving and building some muscle you are on the right track. You will soon see results, but you have to keep at it until they come.

If you follow the Less Pain, Some Gain program you will not have to worry about being reactive. You will be proactive and see results. This program is designed to get you moving and build some muscle while keeping your pain at bay.

You may have seen many programs that tell you that weight lifting is good for you. They may say that you will burn more calories while you lift weights. They are not telling you the truth. You will actually lose weight while you are lifting. The weight will come off because you will be using more of your energy to maintain your weight than it is consuming.

Another myth is that weight lifting causes injury. While it certainly can cause injury it is not the main component of Less Pain, Some Gain. I know many bodybuilders who had serious injuries that would not have been allowed by today's standards. One example would be torn cartilage. Another would be torn ligaments. While you do put stress on your joints you do not get torn cartilage and ligaments.

I recommend checking out this program. There are videos and reports on the website to guide you through the workout. I also highly recommend that you read the book and follow the directions. As with any program it is best to start slow and increase gradually.

In Part II of Less Pain Same Gain, I will go over what supplements you need to take as well as some additional tips. In part III we will cover nutrition and supplements. In part IV we will wrap it up. Stay tuned. See you on the internet.