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    Just started going to gym again after a long break and ached the day after...but I haven't since...is this a sign of not a thorough workout..

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    no
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    its a good sign when u ache the day after gym
    means u had a good workout
    u jus need to eat enough now to build the muscle
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    No, you initially ached due to DOBS(Delayed Onset Body Soreness)
    This is possibly due to the change, from your body doing nothing to working out!
    Stretching always helps reduce the chance of DOBS
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    (Original post by hussain92)
    its a good sign when u ache the day after gym
    means u had a good workout
    All it means is that you did something your body isn't used to but it is no measure of your progress. Some people don't get delayed onset soreness (DOMS), some do, some don't make any progress, some do.
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    (Original post by Coppy)
    No, you initially ached due to DOBS(Delayed Onset Body Soreness)
    This is possibly due to the change, from your body doing nothing to working out!
    Stretching always helps reduce the chance of DOBS
    It's DOMS you tit.
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    Ouch, you got brutal DOBS! :rofl:
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    :eek3: My bad should have really known that, since i'm doing A-Level P.E
 
 
 
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