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Old 03-12-2010, 03:27 PM   #1
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I was curious if any of you had any information on what the ailment of muscle soreness is signaling- like as if to ask if it's physical damage still intact on the muscle or if it's more of a nominal, leftover warning from when the muscle itself was damage that hasn't been cleaned out. The reason why I'm asking is that I worked out over 72+ hrs ago and am still feeling ever the slightest tinge in my shoulders, I know I could workout but I don't know how productive it would be and my routine is very shoulders heavy today, (Clean and press, incline bp, and military press) I could always cut out military press which is what I was thinking, what are your opinions?
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i find that i'm most sore 2 days after i work a group. in my mind, that means its working!! if it was up to me, i'd do the scheduled workout you have for today, since 3 days should be enough. no your muscles aren't fully recovered (hence the pain) but working out hard today, in theory, will boost your recovery to a higher level. just take it easy on your shoulders after today (at least another 3 or 4 days)
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I just found this:

DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (by Kiran Sawhney)

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Even though DOMS has been under scientific scrutiny since the turn of the century, at the present time, the actual biological process behind it remains a mystery. What is known is that DOMS is a complex process, and every piece of the puzzle uncovered, makes it all the more mysterious.
Also, I was reading a study last night and it mentioned that you could train a muscle with DOMs, and have no bad side effects.
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Old 05-03-2010, 10:23 AM   #4
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good read BtB..good point they made there...make sure to warm up with some lighter weight before goin heavy on those mil presses, OP.

"Even though the benefits of regular exercise are well known, many of us don't do it. One reason may be that pain or discomfort sometimes goes along with fitness activities."--i laughed at this b/c the pain is one of the main things i love about it
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--i laughed at this b/c the pain is one of the main things i love about it
Yeah exactly. I love DOMS the next day. I love the "good" pain during a workout. Some days it's tough to walk or scratch your nose because of soreness, but when you start to love that feeling you know you're an addict.

Btw, I rarely get any tricep DOMs. I think I would have to do a 10x10 for triceps with closegrips to get any lingering DOMs.
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I hear often how DOMS is not an indicator of growth but it is kinda discouraging when I'm not sore at all after training. I really only get DOMS in my chest and triceps and/or forearms. Never get it from squatting or deadlifting.
It's weird.
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I hear often how DOMS is not an indicator of growth but it is kinda discouraging when I'm not sore at all after training. I really only get DOMS in my chest and triceps and/or forearms. Never get it from squatting or deadlifting.
It's weird.
I never get shoulder, tricep or bicep DOMS. Almost always get hamstring DOMs from squatting. Occasionally get back DOMs. Chest is usually the big DOMs for me.
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I never get shoulder, tricep or bicep DOMS. Almost always get hamstring DOMs from squatting. Occasionally get back DOMs. Chest is usually the big DOMs for me.
I am the same way, I can work tris and bis and other things to the maxx and feel 100% the next morning but Chest is the big one that really lingers for me as well.
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I just found this:

DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (by Kiran Sawhney)



Also, I was reading a study last night and it mentioned that you could train a muscle with DOMs, and have no bad side effects.
I often do this. I find after it warms up a bit the DOMS is practically gone.
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...the actual biological process behind it remains a mystery. What is known is that DOMS is a complex process, and every piece of the puzzle uncovered, makes it all the more mysterious. ...
HAHA science has an answer for everything, i like that one!

For me DOMS pretty much only happens to my legs and it doesnt kick in until 36 hours after working out. Sometimes my chest or tris will get sore, once in a blue moon
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