Soreness

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  1. thisgsx

    thisgsx New Member

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    It seems that after a hard work out, the areas that were trained are very sore the day after, which sometimes gets in the way of my routine. What do you guys do in this case? Do you guys just go ahead and continue on with the routine? Or do you guys wait a few days for it to heal? Any advices to help me out? Thanks.
     
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    Thisgsx is pretty smart, but he's a child, and when it comes to the day of the contest, I am his father. He comes to me for advices. So it's not that hard for me to give him the wrong advices.
     
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    Soreness is not a good indicator of how good a workout you had. Lift through it.
     
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    QFT smartass! If you aint got shit to say :stfu:!!

    Thanks.
     
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    eat more.

    dont take advil or tylenol.

    lift, it's the best way to stretch and get some more blood flow.
     
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    Cool. I've always 'heard' that its best to let the muscles heal first. Thanks.
     
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    they will heal.. i wouldnt suggest pounding your chest, being sore and then doing your chest again.. but a little work on something else that recruits your chest isn't going to do any damage.. it'll just help stretch you out and keep the muscles stimulated.
     
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    That was the answer I was looking for. Thanks man.
     
  9. iceburgslim

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    You really need to be careful how you talk about me, i don't appreciate it. Tone down the disrespect, i don't know where you're from but where i'm from we don't tolerate that. Just keep your mouth shut. Consider yourself warned
     
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