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Shaking is triggered by an increase in lactic acid and is  your body’s way of preventing you from injuring yourself, says Bob Greene, a trainer and author of Best Life and Oprah‘s personal trainer. “There’s also a certain amount of microtrauma that naturally occurs when you strength-train,” he explains. “If your muscles are exhausted, they might twitch or shake.” You’ll notice it even more if your electrolyte levels are depleted, so stay hydrated during and after exercise.

 

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