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    Senior Member Narinder's Avatar
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    Fatigue

    When weight training in general, am I suppose to stop until I have pain (fatigue) or try to go beyond the pain barrier?

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    Not sure what you mean by pain.

    Pain as in muscle failure?

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    YES

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    keep pushing go as far as you body will let you...don't worry about what your mind says.
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