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Old 03-11-2010, 01:04 PM   #1
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Anyone have this, like say I work a full body routine and go heavy on arms back and chest. Next day I wake up and feel slight soreness in the back shoulders, follow it up with a run of some sort or simply time and it migrates on to my biceps and triceps, finally I'll get a less intense burn following suit in my chest. Similarly, if I go say legs + arms, I notice the onset of soreness is delayed for them sometimes, a light day leads me to having soreness in legs->arms where as a heavy legs day really just take precedence and climaxes for me at about 2 days after the workout.

Also, is it possible to distinguish between the different sources (lactic acid/ Microtrauma etc.) of soreness based off the intensity, delay, or duration?
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Also, is it possible to distinguish between the different sources (lactic acid/ Microtrauma etc.) of soreness based off the intensity, delay, or duration?
I don't know enough about this topic to speak intelligently. I wasn't aware that lactic acid buildup could be a contributor to soreness, and believe the bulk of soreness to come from trauma.

My muscles get sore on different schedules. Hamstring soreness seems to build for me over the course of 48 hours. Whereas chest soreness is immediate after waking the next day.

But when I go all out with a lot of heavy singles, these "schedules" are different.
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Sorry one too many e-articles on weight lifting, I think you are correct that lactic acid doesnt influence soreness very much. Right now my soreness has gone from my back -> arms -> chest -> shoulder (with a fair amount of overlap). I'm thinking shoulders are the worst, because it kinda sneak up on you and you forget your sore and you go to pick up a 10lb object and feel like your arms are about to tear out of the socket. Legs admittedly are more agonizing, but those at-least have some perks (less walking, more lying down as long as your schedule permits)
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