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Old 03-05-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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Default Training on Caloric Deficit

Was off for two weeks sick and I jumped back into my program as hard as I could (3 sets of 5 instead of 5 sets)..

Every muscle I worked has bad doms and I was curious if eating on a caloric deficit has any significant impact on doms?

Is there more lactic acid and swelling in connective tissue because I'm eating fewer calories than I'm used to? I understand that eating extra food helps with recovery and I was curious if eating less is making recovery more painful?

Or is it simply just being off 2 weeks and going back to my working weight?


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