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    MA's Bionic Creation syntekz's Avatar
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    Last night I worked out my chest, I felt no soreness in my chest all day (Just minor). Than today I worked out my legs (Squats, Leg Press, etc.) and I did my cardio for 15 minutes and than when I was done; my entire chest was on fire as well as my legs.

    Anyone know why this might happen? My muscle having some sort of delayed reaction or something?

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    Your a freak !!!!!

    I dunno ..... genes I guess some people are sore the next day ... some the days after ..... some never sore.
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    Delayed onset muscle soreness. Completely normal. Sleep (or lack thereof) can delay it further. Most people get sore the next day and even more so 48 hrs later.

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