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Why DOMS can be good for you

Categories: DOMS
Tags: pain, Sore Muscles

A few days ago, you had a surprisingly easy time doing something new and athletic, pushing your boundaries. Right afterwards, you felt proud and strong. You told everyone you were on the right track. Now your muscles are screaming and you're thinking 'I'm too old for this!' and 'This is NOT worth it.'

Every active person has experienced DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. DOMS starts a day or two after a challenging workout, and it affects the muscles that you used differently or more intensely than usual. DOMS can strike anyone, from a fitness novice to a seasoned athlete.

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