Do you still get sore?

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  1. Reign

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    So blah blah blah it's lactic acid build up, blah blah blah however...

    I notice that my biceps and shoulders never get sore, but just about every where else does. Yet I work both those muscles groups just as hard if not harder than everything else and I still get sore every where else (especially my triceps).
     
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    I'm sore after nearly every workout
     
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    yes
     
  5. jmezz

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    Dude this shit was just done.
     
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    If I'm not sore, I'm not working hard enough. :dunno:

    I find cardio afterwards helps big time. Try that out?
     
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    it's not lactic acid
     
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    ya, it's probably on page 2 still lol
     
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    calcium depletion right?
     
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    I've never heard the exact mechanism of DOMS

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    i dont think anyone knows exactly, i remember something like the z-discs breaking during exercise was one theory but fk its been 2 years since i took exercise physiology :noes: :noes:
     
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    Uglybob69 I miss beer.

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    Now that I'm on monster amounts of test, no
     
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    after every workout
     
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    the day after leg day = pain/frustration trying to pick up something you dropped on the ground.
     
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    wikipedia:
    Although the precise cause is still unknown, the type of muscle contraction seems to be a key factor in the development of DOMS.

    Some research claims that DOMS is not caused by the pain from damaged muscle cells, but from the reinforcement process.[3] The muscle responds to training by reinforcing itself up to and above its previous strength by increasing the size of muscle fibers (muscle hypertrophy). This reinforcement process causes the cells to swell in their compartment and put pressure on nerves and arteries producing pain.
     
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    http://www.mikementzer.com/wound1_0606.html
     
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