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Old 04-13-2013, 04:49 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Reefboy1980 View Post
This is no longer muscle soreness, it's as if my something happend in my triceps & I can no loner stretch them out over my head, not because they are sore but it feels like my flexibility or rom has decreased by what ever happened.
It's a little worrying now
alot of muscle soreness will feel like a decrease in flexibility and ROM.

what has happend is that your triceps are not use to the extra work and you are not recovering very quickley from it because you freid them.
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