Strong Fitness Magazine Australia

NO PAIN, NO GAIN?

THERE IS THIS COMMON BELIEF AMONG EXERCISERS THAT MUSCLE SORENESS AND THE QUALITY OF A WORKOUT IS A LINEAR RELATIONSHIP.

We tend to associate the familiar sensation of aches and pains in the days after a gruelling sweat sesh with bigger muscles and a stronger bod.

Of course, we’re talking about delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS: the pain that kicks in 24 to 48 hours after exercise, where muscles feel tender due to microscopic damage occurring in the muscle fibres. It happens when you force

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