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... Sometimes when I lift I am still sore from the last time, two days before. I have been told that lifting while I'm still sore will slow my muscle growth. Is this true? ... (6 replies)
... our getting a good workout, I have had this similar feeling before as well. When I would do bench press my arms would get worn out and feel incredibly worked out while my chest was relativly fine. Here is if a few suggestions that I tried and had good results from. ... (6 replies)
... I have been lifting 2.3kg weights for a couple of weeks, every couple of days. I do 5 sets of 20 on each bicep and then 5 sets of 10 on each tricep. ... (2 replies)

... Okay I am weight lifting for muscle mass (heavy weight, low reps), it seems like the day after my intense workout, my muscles look smaller as if they shrunk, they also are usually sore when I move them in a certain way, but maybe 3 0r 4 days of resting them and feeding them properly they look as if they are bigger, is this normal in the muscle growth stage? I was told when you... (0 replies)
HIIT Question...
Dec 10, 2004
... that's a very slow way to start. HIIT is generally just an alternative method of cardio, so I would absolutely NOT stop lifting while employing this. ... (4 replies)
... This is perfectly normal. I have had two knee surgeries and I can tell when I am not working out. The knees seem to stay sore when I have taken time off from the gym. My attitude is also affected. When I work out I feel good and just overall happier. ... (5 replies)
... If my primary concern is fat loss and toning, should I be lifting before or after cardio if during cardio is not appropriate? ... (2 replies)
... as a general rule, never lift a muscle while it is still sore. it is totally counterproductive. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know what equipment or moves you like to use but this is my 3 day split: Sun: Chest/Tri/Abs Mon: cardio Tue: Legs/Shoulders (hams, quads, glutes, calves) Wed: Cardio Thu: Cardio Fri: Back/Bi/Shoulders Sat: Cardio, Active Recovery or total rest if I need it. (6 replies)
... i had done some exercises before but only pushups and whatever you can do with two very light dumbbells. anyways, i'm still pretty sore today, especially in my chest. i was going to work out my shoulders, but should i still do that? ... (2 replies)
Lifting Weights
Sep 17, 2002
... Ok I started Lifting weights. Which I really not use to so I'm starting real low and building myself up. ... (1 replies)
... rather than bringing them all the way down to my sides and then lifting them again. ... (5 replies)
Surgery & Exercise
Aug 31, 2009
... the hernia surgery at the beginning of November. I run regularly about 5 times a week in the evenings and I love to lift weights. My surgeon informed me to stop lifting weights for now, but that running is still okay. ... (9 replies)
... The worst part of this is hearing every week the tremendous gains that my friends that I work out with continue to make, while I'm sidelined. ... (15 replies)
... gets the blood pumping back throught the muscles helps alleviate stiffness and, again, speeds flushing out the tissues, but you'll still be sore for a while no matter what you do. It's the nature of the game when you start lifting seriously. ... (20 replies)
... As far as lifting I haven't got back into it unfortunately. It always seems like I am too busy to go, running is easy cause I just walk out the back door. ... (26 replies)
Apr 28, 2007
... hi i'm a guy who just started lifting about a month ago. there is a considerable amount of growth in all of the muscle groups i've been working, but after a while it is getting harder and harder to get those muscle groups sore. i've tried to add intensity to my workouts through muscle failure. ... (19 replies)
... By separate exercises, I just mean anything I can do apart from going to the gym. I want to build muscle before summer. (4 replies)
... may have strained or pulled something and should probably be careful for a little while. If you have no residual pain now, then it might have just been a really sore muscle. Just be conscious of it in the future. ... (4 replies)
... Should I be lifting weights? ... (7 replies)

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