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... It's quite normal to have muscle soreness if you're new to exercising. It usually stops after 2 or 3 weeks of regular exercise, unless you change your routine and start working different muscles. ... (2 replies)
... 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. But my triceps are sore about 3 or 4 days afterwards. Is this normal and can i do it again while they are still sore? ... (2 replies)
May 3, 2007
... Well, today I tried lifting for my bicep muscle group after 3 days of rest and I could still feel the effects of weakness from that muscle that would come from soreness, but I wasn't sore anymore. ... (19 replies)

... outer thigh movements. It all takes about 10 minutes. However, I am always very sore afterwards, and am therefore not motivated to exercise at all. ... (3 replies)
... en lifting hard. It means your muscles are now rebuilding themselves with even more tissue cells than it had lost during and post workout. When muscles do become sore you must rest that set of muscles for at least a good 3 days. ... (2 replies)
... How many days should I do? ... (14 replies)
... Too early to tell. I'm in good shape from hiking, skiing, stair machine. And I'm sore from playing soccer 2 days ago. If you're still sore in a week after running 3 or 4 times then there is a problem. ... (3 replies)
... The muscles that are sore should not be exercised again until the soreness is gone. This might take up to 3 days for severe soreness. ... (5 replies)
... I wonder if the experts could advise me on the following possible "bicep tricks" (methods which help increase/decrease bicep size and strength) (The intention is to build mass) 1. Training triceps while the biceps are still sore: Will this have a positive, negative, or indifferent effect on my biceps? Also: will it stretch the biceps and develop lean muscle rather... (1 replies)
... ll get more and more sore after a workout, but that soreness in this case is a warning as you at risk of injury and your weakening your muscle not strengthening. ... (3 replies)
No Pain!!!
Apr 5, 2005
... her question about this. I have alterations to my routine every time just about and only lift body parts once a week heavy and once a week light giving at least 3 days rest in between, and I still do not have much soreness at all. If you don't have soreness are you not building muscle? ... (11 replies)
... i started this routine after regular lifting for about a year and a half. today, i got on the scale to weigh myself, and I was only 155. ... (8 replies)
... I haven't actually looked into it, but my coach says if you don't continue your workout, after two days you'll start to lose everything you worked for. Someone like me who's trained something for a long time, can afford a week off and not have any problem. ... (9 replies)
... I still have a gut, and my arms are more flab than muscle. I'm looking to rectify that. ... (5 replies)
... I workout quite alot but im still trying to get the balance between too much and too little. This is my new weekly schedule of 2 weeks which im looking to properly begin in the new year. ... (0 replies)
... times. If a workout leaves you still very sore in an area rest those muscles some more. Quit often you will find some muscle groups need extra days to recover so you need to be creative. Ideally, you exercise as frequently as you can without getting fatigued from workout to workout. ... (6 replies)
... I usually just workout through it. I waited an extra day this time though. This was kindred to root canal. I'm still glad I bumped the weight up to my max though. I never heard of "active recovery". Interesting. ... (3 replies)
... working a still damaged muscle isn't doing a lot of good. Try it once and see how you feel. The exception to this is what's called "active recovery". ... (3 replies)
... tein and glutamine supplements, and have been able to drop down from 215 in August to 195. This is the weight I have stayed for about 2 weeks and thats good. I still have a lot of body to build muscle with. ... (0 replies)
... that creatine should be taken immediately after working out. My personal opinion is you can take it any time you want and still get great results. I used to always take it first thing in the morning and I work out around 6 or 7pm. ... (4 replies)

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