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Old 02-19-2013, 01:57 AM   #28
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Originally Posted by old_dude View Post
Who knows? A leg workout after that much walking may just work out some possible soreness you would've had. Then again you may have additive stress and can't get outta bed the next day.
Actually no ill effects the day after - well not more than usual - was sore in the quads and glutes, but not anymore than usual.

I'm not sure of the exact article or science, but I read somewhere that walking is good re-hab/pre-hab for those who are into squatting and DL'ing - so now I warm-up with a walk on lower-body day & walk the day after as cardio with some H.I.I.T. on a bike or elliptical to top it off.

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