Traditional measures of inducing pain refuted in exercise experiments

People who are ready to engage in greater amounts of pain perform better in exercise activities, research shows. This indicates that traditional methods of measuring pain in experiments — such as thermal, pressure or electrical stimuli — may be unsuitable for investigating the relationship between exercise and pain.

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