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Old 08-05-2009, 11:45 AM   #1
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i did arms 2days ago then yesterday i did legs and figured i do some back i felt something in my shoulder and called it a day since i was there for and hour and a half it wasnt to bad yesterday. woke up 2day and can barely move my arm whats the best thing to do?
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Old 08-05-2009, 12:13 PM   #2
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ok thanks guys i was just seeing if there is anything else i could do
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unless you know some good magicians....who could magic it up for ya...start with doc and physical therapist.
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ok thanks what can i do for my legs i havnt worked them to much now starting to get a routine down once a week but since i just started there really tight and hurts to walk?
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Some soreness is normal when first starting back into a workout or changing exercises etc. Extreme pain is not normal and one should consult a physician if it persists.

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ok its been 2days should i see what happens tomarrow?
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soreness is normal at the begining. you should start with low weights and do more reps so your muscles should used to it then consult ur gym teacher and start adding weight step by step.
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GOD BLESS U .. ^_^
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