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Soreness And Working Hard

Soreness you feel the day after your workout is not an indicator of how hard you worked out and has nothing to do with lactic acid.

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) usually occurs when you start a new program after a long break or change up your program. If you are making progress with your weights, you don’t need to get sore. 

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