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Old 10-07-2009, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default Different Types of Muscle Soreness Caused By Weight Training

Soreness is a normal part of the recovery process that starts once you finish your bodybuilding workouts.There are several degrees of soreness that we need to be aware of:Typical Mild Muscle Soreness:The first type of soreness is the typical mild muscle soreness experienced the day after a good workout. While scientists are still unable to [...]

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