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Old 05-05-2012, 06:09 AM   #1
Nicholas Wheeler
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A different type of soreness

So I had to go three weeks with next to no working out. Now that I'm getting back at it, and I'm admittedly going far below what I used to, but my soreness feels almost like injury. After doing "annie" (subbing air squats for situps) my shoulders had a dull burn in them for 3-4 days. I don't have any access to a foam roller (out to sea right now). But anywhere I end up sore, it feels a far worse sore than normal.

Is this because I had to take all that time off and my body was just less used to being sore?


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Old 05-05-2012, 07:08 PM   #2
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Re: A different type of soreness

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So I had to go three weeks with next to no working out. Now that I'm getting back at it, and I'm admittedly going far below what I used to, but my soreness feels almost like injury. After doing "annie" (subbing air squats for situps) my shoulders had a dull burn in them for 3-4 days. I don't have any access to a foam roller (out to sea right now). But anywhere I end up sore, it feels a far worse sore than normal.

Is this because I had to take all that time off and my body was just less used to being sore?


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could be the tendons not in the same shape they were in when you were working steadily. I would give it a few days to quiet down, Also if your shoulders are sore from Double unders check to make sure your arms are at your side and you are not using too much shoulder action which would fatigue easily with Annie
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Old 05-07-2012, 08:43 AM   #3
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Re: A different type of soreness

Hmm, maybe your body still needs to adjust again after all those missed times.
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Re: A different type of soreness

Do non-painful mobility work

And re-eval in a couple days
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