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pains called side stitches, but many be­lieve they’re due to di­aphragm spasms trig­gered by rapid breath­ing, says Tom Hol­land, ex­er­cise phys­i­ol­o­gist and author of Beat the Gym. Eat­ing too close to your work­out may play a role. And side stitches oc­cur more fre­quently in novice ex­er­cis­ers.

To stop a stitch, slow your pace and take deep breaths while con­tract­ing your ab­dom­i­nal mus­cles. Stretch your arms overhe side. To pre­vent t light pre-ex­er­cise wait at least 30 fter eat­ing be­fore out. Al­ways warm up for five to ten min­utes; grad­u­ally in­crease work­out in­ten­sity.

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