Can a high metabolism counteract/limit the
typical next day soreness from a workout?
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I think that is a yes, he he he. Powerman, I rarely
feel my workout the next morning. I believe that I'm working
hard enough to feel something (to the point of failing and veins
popping out of my head). I have what I believe is a pretty fired up metabolism and thought that might be contributing?
What the metabolism have to do with it? Are you just saying that you are able to eat a ton of calories afterwards so your recovery is better because I don't see how else metabolism would help.
I don't think that there is a direct correlation there, at least not one that has been studied and proven.
Chris, thanks. Over the last couple of days, I've cut
down on my time in between sets and exercises and
that seems to be making me feel my workouts a little
more. Thanks for the comments.