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    Not sore day after workout

    I don't usually get sore after workouts. I give myself at least 48-60 hours of rest in between. Like yesterday I did 6 sets of pull ups til failure, barbell curled a weight I can only do about 12 times for 4 sets and I did T bar rows for 3 sets. Yet I dont feel any soreness in my biceps, does this mean my workouts are not building any muscle? Is it normal to not feel sore?
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    Originally Posted by tvman20002000 View Post
    I don't usually get sore after workouts. I give myself at least 48-60 hours of rest in between. Like yesterday I did 6 sets of pull ups til failure, barbell curled a weight I can only do about 12 times for 4 sets and I did T bar rows for 3 sets. Yet I dont feel any soreness in my biceps, does this mean my workouts are not building any muscle? Is it normal to not feel sore?
    Not getting sore does not mean you didn't have a good workout. If you are making gains int he strength/size department I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Thanks but my gains in muscle size are slow, however I did get my bench up about 70 lbs in only two months, I guess that's a gain in strength.
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    Originally Posted by tvman20002000 View Post
    I don't usually get sore after workouts. I give myself at least 48-60 hours of rest in between. Like yesterday I did 6 sets of pull ups til failure, barbell curled a weight I can only do about 12 times for 4 sets and I did T bar rows for 3 sets. Yet I dont feel any soreness in my biceps, does this mean my workouts are not building any muscle? Is it normal to not feel sore?
    and not a single f*** was given on that day...


    cool story that you're not sore

    means nothing
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    Originally Posted by xStevenx View Post
    soreness does not mean growth. it does not mean you did a good job in the gym.
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