should i still work out

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  1. Mojo

    Mojo New Member

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    last night was my back day and my back is still sore, would it be a good idea to go today and work on smaller muscle groups that dont deal with my back? (biceps/forearms?)
     
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    i think some people would all say.

    suck it up and go workout u pussy
     
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    :rofl: you're actually asking if you should skip a workout on a different part because you're still sore?
     
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    get in the gym :squint:
     
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    depends which level soarness it is. read it up on t-mag. worthy stuff.
     
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    blah, went and didnt turn out bad.

    there was an man (aged 30-40 most) doing some dumbbell curls. hes fairly average, not small, not big, just about middle. he picked up the 40's and i thought to myself "no way is this man going to curl the 40's" moments later, hes swinging his entire body for every curl. he had the weirdest movement ive ever seen someone do when doing a db curl.
    i wouldve gave him some advice to help his form but if some of you read my previous thread about giving advice, i just kept to myself.
     
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