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Lifting thru soreness?


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Excerpt: If training a muscle twice a week spaced out Saturday and Wednesday but still have some remnants of soreness each time from the last workout would you pull sets out and let's fatigue auto regulate, lift thru if performance hasn't decreased, or both? Only one muscle group (chest, 20 sets per week) not too long since last deload so don't think it's time for that. Sent from my Pixel 3a using Tapatalk

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    The short answer is yes. If it's mild why not.

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    Give some time off if you're not feeling well.....

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    Gotta push through a little pain to gain!

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    If itís slight pain Iíll push through but if Iím extremely sore I will push that body part back a couple days.

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    Quote Quote posted by powerup79 View Post
    If training a muscle twice a week spaced out Saturday and Wednesday but still have some remnants of soreness each time from the last workout would you pull sets out and let's fatigue auto regulate, lift thru if performance hasn't decreased, or both? Only one muscle group (chest, 20 sets per week) not too long since last deload so don't think it's time for that.

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    Re: Lifting thru soreness?

    Make sure you have the nuitrients to recover well. Get some N2GUARD.
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