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Old 07-09-2007, 05:41 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Dutch Master
What usually happens is the areas I work out end up being really sore after the first day, and by the second day it's at a point where it is affecting my workout.

I'll up how much water I drink, but I would just like to know how it might be attributing to my soreness. Like is there a scientific reason why this is so?

It just really looks like an uphill battle is ahead. I just hope I don't get discouraged. I just don't understand how I can do 100 Push ups a day and get sore, but I get sore from curls and presses.
If your body is still hurt, keep resting. You shouldn't be lifting more than 3-4x a week.
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