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Old 04-05-2013, 10:37 AM   #11
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i rarely get doms but if i do and it so bad that i cant move my limbs i will rest but for a bit of soreness i will just train.
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Old 04-05-2013, 01:50 PM   #12
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Just curious how long that workout ran? Someone was asking me about that program and it looked like it might take a while each day.
About 90 mins I think, the accessories didn't take too long as my rest period was relatively short. Probably need to speed up rest time a little between the main compounds to get it all in
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Old 04-11-2013, 12:41 PM   #13
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Well I don't think it was doms now. I have never suffered like that before I think I did more damage than just make the muscles sore
I may have pulled both triceps or even have a tear. They are still sore now & it's been 8 days, if I put my arm over my head & try to stretch the tricep it's agony
I've been training since I've just avoided certain exercise to avoid further injury
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Well I don't think it was doms now. I have never suffered like that before I think I did more damage than just make the muscles sore
I may have pulled both triceps or even have a tear. They are still sore now & it's been 8 days, if I put my arm over my head & try to stretch the tricep it's agony
I've been training since I've just avoided certain exercise to avoid further injury
any bruising? if not, prob not a tear. Just sounds like a sore muscle to me. I couldnt tell you the last time I could scratch my back without something hurting lol
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No bruising, although I have been expecting it to bruise

Could it be a minor tear? It only hurts when I try to stretch it out, it feels like something is going to snap it's that tight
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How much accessory work did you add to the routine?
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How much accessory work did you add to the routine?
I added 3 sets of shrugs, 3 sets of skull crushers, 3 sets of chin ups & 3 sets of cable crunches. I didn't go heavy on any of them
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Skull Crushers can be nasty little creatures. I've hurt my triceps and elbows enough times with that lift to know not to do them any more. If you really feel you need extra work, I prefer Bar Push-Ups or [if strong enough] Bar Dips for extra triceps work. Floor Presses or CGBP would also work well. I think they have more carry-over to the BIG lifts and they are more compound than isolation. I'd pick one lift and start with 1 set (not 3), and build from there.

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I used to have soreness that lasted for days. I found that if I drank a LOT more water and upped the meat intake to epic proportions, I recovered quite a bit more efficiently.

30 g protein and a bottle of water every three hours and call me in the morning. haha.
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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 flexability or rom has decreased by what ever happened.
It's a little worrying now
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