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    Question What helps reduce post-workout soreness?






    What helps reduce post-workout soreness from lifting? Are there any supplements that work better than others?
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    Glutamine helps your body recover from workouts very good! It may not help soreness, but it will speed it along and maybe you won't be so sore so long!(10-20g/day).




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    I don't see much benefit from glutamine personally. Waaaaaaaay overrated IMO.

    Stretching after your work out can help get rid of the lactic acid accumulation. This may help minimise soreness but won't rid you of it totally.

    Vit E after training can be beneficial as far as this is concerned though.

    Adequate nutrition also. ie you'll prolly notice more soreness after a good workout while cutting than while bulking (although this isn't a given.)
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    Ya, Ya, is there a way to mask the soreness yes or no?

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    If you do not like being sore you will have a hard time bodybuilding, they go hand in hand!





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    "What helps reduce post-workout soreness from lifting? Are there any supplements that work better than others? "

    ***after a soak in the hot tub...how 'bout a nice ice cold bottle of beer?

    ....no, not to drink it. That was what you were thinking, wasn't it?
    Cold glass, use it to massage it over the sore spot like you would an ice bag. Yeah. the cylindrical shape of the bottle will roll easily on the affected area, providing cool, relief.
    Shhesh. Drink a beer....what non sense.....


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    If I'm real sore, when it really hurts to bend down or pick up my arms, I'll pop a couple advil.
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    Light aerobic work (high reps or cardio) with light weight or no added resistance can help. So does stretching.

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    There's also GPP work the following day if you fancy it. as the guy above said.
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    Massage and take a cold shower.

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    Originally posted by Burner02
    "What helps reduce post-workout soreness from lifting? Are there any supplements that work better than others? "

    ***after a soak in the hot tub...how 'bout a nice ice cold bottle of beer?

    ....no, not to drink it. That was what you were thinking, wasn't it?
    Cold glass, use it to massage it over the sore spot like you would an ice bag. Yeah. the cylindrical shape of the bottle will roll easily on the affected area, providing cool, relief.
    Shhesh. Drink a beer....what non sense.....


    "if you cannpt dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS"
    burner, how dare you tease me, i thought that was a new training method dam it. now i have 30 cases of beer that i dont know wtf to do with.

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    Now tank, my friend-

    I can only offer the basic course, what you do after the initail massage is up to you..I will however, help you out of this predicament.

    I'll be right over...
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