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Excerpt: Hi Iím 18 and Iíve recently been going gym for about 3 weeks. When completing chest day in my first week I could feel the pain in my arms and chest but later on in the 2nd and 3rd week I have felt no pain in my chest and I mostly feel the pain more in my arm rather than my chest. I work out chest and triceps and this is my workout Bench press Incline dumbbell press Dumbbell flys Triceps push down Rope extension

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    Not feeling pain

    Hi Iím 18 and Iíve recently been going gym for about 3 weeks. When completing chest day in my first week I could feel the pain in my arms and chest but later on in the 2nd and 3rd week I have felt no pain in my chest and I mostly feel the pain more in my arm rather than my chest.


    I work out chest and triceps and this is my workout
    Bench press
    Incline dumbbell press
    Dumbbell flys
    Triceps push down
    Rope extension


    Is this normal or no?
    Does this mean Iím not working hard enough or should I increase weight?


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    Re: Not feeling pain

    When you first start working out, you feel straight up pain for a week or so, but then your.body acclimates to it. That said.yoi should feel sore in muscle groups you give progressive overload for a day or two after. If this isn't happening, you may not be challenging yourself enough.

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    At the start it's a shock to the system. As long as you're still making progress it's all good.

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    when you start lifting you will get soreness because your body is not conditioned for it

    you can also get this when you change workouts or intensity. it is the bodies natural reaction to stress.

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    Soreness goes down a bit once your body acclimated to training. Just make sure you are maximizing your sets and practicing progressive overload
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    Re: Not feeling pain

    Keep working the pain will come on somedays. Will all depend on your recovery. Make sure you keep consistent with your training and eating ?

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    Is is normal no need to worry, if you are all comfortable with the weight you are training then you should increase the weight but not too much.

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    Give it some time for your body to adjust and recover. Key is to ease into things.

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    Re: Not feeling pain

    Quote Quote posted by gesaisZZ82 View Post
    Hi Iím 18 and Iíve recently been going gym for about 3 weeks. When completing chest day in my first week I could feel the pain in my arms and chest but later on in the 2nd and 3rd week I have felt no pain in my chest and I mostly feel the pain more in my arm rather than my chest.


    I work out chest and triceps and this is my workout
    Bench press
    Incline dumbbell press
    Dumbbell flys
    Triceps push down
    Rope extension


    Is this normal or no?
    Does this mean Iím not working hard enough or should I increase weight?

    Now, this is the point where you can have serious injuries.Try to not lift heavier than your capacity because you canít feel pain. Watch your execution and try a maximum contraction with streching after. Also, donít lauch dumbbells after working tricep, you lift your knees and then you put dumbbells on your knees. After, you let your weighted knees slowly moving you out of your position.


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