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    Question Muscular pain

    Actually i have had a large pause as i haven't trained for almost two years.
    Recently i started again but now I feel pain in all my muscles. So, i am not sure if i should go in the Gym today?

    What do you recommend ...? Should i take day off or do some workouts anyway?

    Thanks

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    Don´t be a weakling. Keep on training.

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    extremely strong muscle soreness

    Quote Originally Posted by Justiniano View Post
    Don´t be a weakling. Keep on training.
    Ha i am not but i have extremely strong muscle soreness especially in the legs. So i can not even walk properly
    Ok promise i will make it up tomorrow!
    Thanks for the motivation anyway. It is much appreciated

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    If you can maintain form, there is no harm to train through soreness. If you have pain to due injury, training should be avoided.

    If you cannot differentiate between pain and soreness, avoid training until the pain/soreness subsides.

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    I think that if you feel pain but you are not injured you should keep on training. It is common to feel muscle pain the days after a training session, even more if you are newbie.

    Remenber: No pain, no gain.
    Last edited by Justiniano; 10-08-2009 at 08:22 AM.

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    We may be defining the terms differently. I'm equating pain with injury and soreness with a DOMS type effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m11 View Post
    We may be defining the terms differently. I'm equating pain with injury and soreness with a DOMS type effect.
    We are saying the same with different words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m11 View Post
    We may be defining the terms differently. I'm equating pain with injury and soreness with a DOMS type effect.
    Remember that the OP hadn't worked out in a couple of years. I'm guessing he's suffering from DOMS since he is now using muscles that haven't been exercised in quite some time. And really bad DOMS can feel like pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triple Threat View Post
    Remember that the OP hadn't worked out in a couple of years. I'm guessing he's suffering from DOMS since he is now using muscles that haven't been exercised in quite some time. And really bad DOMS can feel like pain.
    That's correct. i am now using muscles that i haven't exercised for almost two years.

    Omg, I feel like a truck hit me. Especially my legs.

    thanks for the replies guys. It is much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulrom View Post
    That's correct. i am now using muscles that i haven't exercised for almost two years.

    Omg, I feel like a truck hit me. Especially my legs.

    thanks for the replies guys. It is much appreciated!
    I still think that you should have gone to the gym today. Tomorrow you should train even though you keep on feeling pain or soreness, whatever you want to name it.

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    Legs DOMS is a bit more terrible than standard DOMS lol. I actually LIKE being sore everywhere, but man oh man I remember my legs after my first squat workout in years. I could barely walk

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmorrison View Post
    Legs DOMS is a bit more terrible than standard DOMS lol. I actually LIKE being sore everywhere, but man oh man I remember my legs after my first squat workout in years. I could barely walk
    Especially if you have posterior thigh DOMS

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