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  1. #1
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    For the record when going to the gym...

    Make sure *not* to target every major muscle group in your body in one day when lifting weights...

    I can hardly move today! Thankfully I get to sit down most of the day while working
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    Lol... atleast your getting activity I have not done much this week.
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    The gym is too much work

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    No pain no gain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Bob View Post
    No pain no gain.
    No gym, no pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear View Post
    No gym, no pain.
    But pain when in pain.

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    Thank's for the tip :-) Although i allready knew this and also to the people who think your on a diet cause you fast all day isnt true you gotta eat small portioned meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebCobra View Post
    But pain when in pain.
    I hear that. My arm biceps are in constant pain especially on my rest day between workouts. I tend to push it a bit hard, especially doing 50kg (110 pounds) bicep curls with the free bar. That's a killer in recovery.
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    haha..yeah..

    I just started working out again..I generally split my days..Monday = Biceps / triceps / cardio.

    Wednesday = Chest / Back / Shoulders / legs / cardio

    I just keep alternating that every other day.


    Though about 3 days ago, I was doing some shoulder shrugs, and did to much. Ended up straining a neck muscle...everytime I stood up, that muscle would cramp up and I'd get this headache..only way to relieve it was to sit down, or take some tyelenol...thankfully, after a couple days of rest, it's all back to normal.

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    Definitely good to alternate muscle groups, that way you give your muscle groups time to rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDVB View Post
    Make sure *not* to target every major muscle group in your body in one day when lifting weights...

    I can hardly move today! Thankfully I get to sit down most of the day while working
    Nice How long in duration was your workout?

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    You all are making me feeling really lazy.

    But mike you have a good point.

    I did something similar when started working out again. I pushed myself too hard. And I was reminded that I hadn't done anything that hard in a long time.

    Now if I was still in highschool then ya I would have had no problem.

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    Of course not..

    Your muscles need time to rest, so don't work them all at once.. unless you go to the gym every other day or 2..
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    Yes normally they group the muscles and want us to target one group at a time.
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