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Old 07-09-2007, 02:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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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.
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Old 07-09-2007, 03:23 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Well tell you what kid... dont stretch and warm up... and lets see who lasts the longest in this game.

Sorry but over here in the UK if a coach would of said that he would be instantly sacked.

Not warming up for any form of exercise is disaster waiting to happen...
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Old 07-09-2007, 05:13 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Maybe the push ups everyday is hurting you. Lifting one day then pushups the next might not let you get the rest you need. Especially in the morning when your body might still be in a catabolic state and your hurting the muscles pushing yourself everyday.
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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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