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2007/06/18 00:11:03 (permalink)
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Muscle pain

IT has been about 4weeks since i started traing and after every training i do majorly triceps/chest/abs/legs i get pain for the past few days mostly strechting till 3 days where the part of the body worked on is hurting. muscle pain. am i training correctly? or am i overdoing it? or is this normal?

and how can i heal these muscle pains quick? will protien or carb intake help?

what fruits are advised before and after an excercise?
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    OoOGazOoO
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    RE: Muscle pain 2007/06/18 10:12:10 (permalink)
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    Is it actually pain or more soreness? ? ?
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    RE: Muscle pain 2007/06/18 14:29:57 (permalink)
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    I think he's talking about DOMS.
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    contender19
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    RE: Muscle pain 2007/06/18 17:08:04 (permalink)
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    SORENESS i think its called doms but is that good or bad thing?
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    RE: Muscle pain 2007/06/20 19:49:42 (permalink)
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    Not a bad thing really.
    Depends if it lasts more then 3 days.
    Eat right, sleep right.
    And you'll be okay
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    RE: Muscle pain 2007/06/20 21:24:54 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: contender19

    SORENESS i think its called doms but is that good or bad thing?


    Alrite m8, Don't worry about it, it's probley just doms, Your just starting out, Most people get them when they first start training, They won't be as often once you get more into it.
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    Re: RE: Muscle pain 2009/02/06 04:12:59 (permalink)
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    i used to inject before. i injected in my right uper glute and everything was fine.. i started my power engineering school and now i dont have time to work out or inject after about 6 months i noticed that i cant stand up streight.... its almost like i am losing my right leg, when i touch the area i used to inject in there is a slight pain, i also wabble when i walk... any info please help me!! i went to the doctors and they did ct scans, back scans, knee xrays and blood work and it all tested negative?!?!? iam regreting that i ever touched this stuff.
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    Re: RE: Muscle pain 2009/02/06 06:59:20 (permalink)
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    zoubi2

    i used to inject before. i injected in my right uper glute and everything was fine.. i started my power engineering school and now i dont have time to work out or inject after about 6 months i noticed that i cant stand up streight.... its almost like i am losing my right leg, when i touch the area i used to inject in there is a slight pain, i also wabble when i walk... any info please help me!! i went to the doctors and they did ct scans, back scans, knee xrays and blood work and it all tested negative?!?!? iam regreting that i ever touched this stuff.


    This isnt really related to the thread - if you want a decent answer it would be best to post a new thread in the steroids section of the forum.

    To the OP - it just sounds like DOMS mate. Make sure you hydrate, warm up and stretch properly before a session. After your session cool down on the treadmill/X trainer and finally some static stretching.
    That should minimise your DOMS. Keep hydrated throughout the day and abviously keep a balanced diet.

    Some people attribute quicker recovery to using Creatine so that might be another idea to add in if you still get unmanagable DOMS.


    I still get DOMS after every session - for me, it lets me know I've pushed myself hard which isnt necessarily a bad thing. 
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