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Ever wonder how to deal when feeling the burn after a workout?

Whether it's a sore butt during your spin class, post-run chafe, or achy wrists during a downward-facing dog yoga pose, there's a chance that your favorite workout comes with a side of ouch.

The start of your workout feels amazing, you're having fun, and you hit a point where you're in pain--but no pain, no gain, right?!

According to Women's Health, here's how to fight the workout hurt.

1. Add a Little Extra Padding to My Bike Seat

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β€œMany spin studios offer a padded seat option, and I live by it to help decreaseβ€”or completely eliminateβ€”the pelvic pain most women get after class.” β€”Lauren Lorow, 27, New York City

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