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post #1811 of 4919 (permalink) Old 11-24-2011, 12:10 AM
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And how much water should I be drinking a day?

And it's not that I don't want the lean muscle mass guys, frankly, I'm terrified of any mass at all as an ungainly giant that I'd accidentally hurt someone with my clumsiness. One of the reasons I'm drawn to the circuit training type machines versus free weights. It's a lot easier to be consistent in my motion with the machines vs free weights.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

So what is your guys opinion on soreness in general after working out? Do you believe in the no pain no gain theory or can you still have a successful workout making significant gains without being consistently sore? It's not really an issue I have currently but at times I used to have it so I was very curious about this. How ofton do you guys get sore working out usually?
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depends on what you mean by pain. There's good pain and then there's bad pain. Good pain from DOMS is okay and is perfectly natural. Bad pain from doing movements wrong and injuring yourself is bad. A lot of people will do something wrong, feel some pain and interpret that as them doing work. As for how sore i get, depends really. I go in stages of being in the gym a lot to being a couch potato. If i'm working out a lot, DOMS isn't really much of a problem. Getting back into it gets that stiffness back into the muscles a day or so post workout.


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Well what I was really trying to get to was how can you tell if you are making significant gains and getting stronger IF you are lifting consistently four to five days a week?

There has been times when I felt so damn sore I thought it was 'DOMS' because I couldn't even move my arm but it was the first time I worked out my lats and just had an overall different feeling and effect than any other body part.
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how do i tell? because im lifting more weight. thats always a good way to see


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You don't need to be constantly sore to gain.

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how do i tell? because im lifting more weight. thats always a good way to see
I'm asking from a body feeling STANDPOINT and how it reacts to lifting more weight. My questions were not really concerning what you actually do it in the weight room but POST WORKING OUT...ya get it? I know if you are spending all that time in the rants section it's hard to keep up with a logical discussion\question but you must evaluate these things, especially when I'm typing.

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You don't need to be constantly sore to gain.
I understand that but how ofton should you be sore to make gains is what I'm trying to ask?

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So what is your guys opinion on soreness in general after working out? Do you believe in the no pain no gain theory or can you still have a successful workout making significant gains without being consistently sore?
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Well what I was really trying to get to was how can you tell if you are making significant gains and getting stronger IF you are lifting consistently four to five days a week?
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how do i tell? because im lifting more weight. thats always a good way to see


we answered exactly what you asked dickhead.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

That's really vague. For example, if you get proper nourishment after a workout, you'll be considerably less sore than if you don't. That doesn't mean you're gaining more without proper nourishment. Seems obvious but focus on the workout and the nutrition and not the degree of soreness.

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K, I've been walking to this track that is about 30 minutes give or take from my house since last July. I go sporadically. A few times a week. Used to be everyday when I first began, then the buzz of energy eventually dwindled from the tedious walk. So by the time I get there, I already had a decent amount of cardio for the day. I get there and I do my thing:

Run, walk, run, walk, etc. I proceed to do the run the stairs treatment to give me something more. Do each side 10 times. Then I walk back home.

Now given that I have lost weight since I started. Down to 137 pounds right now. I'm not a tall guy so that might do something with it too. About 5'8. Anyways, should there be more that I incorporate to this to help me shed off the bit of flab I have remaining on me? I'm not very interested in lifting much. My arms have decent definition and they are the part of my body that I'm content with. Not looking to expand more on that. I suppose if a little a day will even out the balance with all the cardio then I could do with that.

I also don't have the most effcient diet out there. I know that HAS to change too. I don't eat much junk food per say, more or less I would have to steer away from the processed foods. I know those aren't gonna be too logical to munch on during this process. As far as liquids go I drink water whenever I run. Then it's usually green tea/vitamin water for me once I'm at home.

Any suggestions? Clearly I'm no pro but I'm looking to be a decently slim lad for right now. Nothing major.

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