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    Should You Always Feel Sore After Your Workout?

    Hello,

    Just wondering, should you always feel sore after working out? Usually, I always feel very sore after Leg day but as for the rest of the body just feel very little sore. Like I will feel sore but I have to strench that part to feel it like strech my chest and I will feel the soreness. Just worried that if I dont feel sore perhaps Im not hitting it hard enogh or something.
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    No. Soreness is not a sign of progress. The more you train, the better your body will become at cleaning out metabolic byproducts and the harder it will be to get sore without overtraining.
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    Soreness doesn't matter, period.
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    my eyes are sore from reading this question everyday
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    Originally Posted by james0566 View Post
    my eyes are sore from reading this question everyday
    The search function is a great tool.

    But whatever, NO you should not feel sore everyday.

    There is a difference between muscle soreness and muscle pain/injury. Learn to spot these.

    Your body will be sore when you introduce new rep schemes/programs and/or exercises.

    However, you recovery or your body's ability to recover is what matters here - how is your diet, post workout nutrition, sleep. These are all things that will eventually affect your recovery.
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    Originally Posted by theronin391 View Post
    Hello,

    Just wondering, should you always feel sore after working out?
    No, not necessarily.


    DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) is not a reliable indicator that you have achieved an adequate training stimulus.
    Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.

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    Good, thank you all for your responces That makes me feel better!
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