muscle memory

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  1. cochise

    cochise OT Supporter

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    is muscle memory legit? it sure seems to be but :dunno:
     
  2. Opi

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    details?
     
  3. AmCo

    AmCo Haters goin' Hate

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    maybe to a certain point.
     
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    uhh what details are needed
     
  5. Opi

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    what do you mean by muscle memory? like with your workout pattern or if you stop for a few days? im confused
     
  6. SteveO

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    yes, it's legit. I took off 3 months due to injury and dropped to 198-200 from 223. Then came back to 223 in about a month, now 227
     
  7. cochise

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    oh trust me, i don't hesitate to believe it, i'm in the exact same boat as you. just seems like a strange physiological process. anyone have a scientific take on it?
     
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    It is easier to regain your strength/size than it is to gain them initially, but it's not because your muscles literally remember anything
     
  9. cochise

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    i swear i knew this, the memory part was just wigging me out :hs:
     
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