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Worked Chest 3-Days Ago. Why Does It Still Look "Pumped"?

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    Worked Chest 3-Days Ago. Why Does It Still Look "Pumped"?


    After my w/o my chest looked to be at an all time big. I figured it was due to just finishing a good w/o & the blood was flowing.

    2 days later my chest still looked pumped to me, but I just figured it was mental. Last nite my wife commented how much bigger my chest looked. I never said anything to her in regards to me thinking it looked bigger, so something must really be going on.

    Could this be something bad like an indication of inflammation or overtraining? I'm not taking anything except the usuals, whey and CEE. Any ideas anybody?

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    Does it feel pumped? or strained? could be some inflammation, but if it's not sore in anyway, I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viperspit
    Does it feel pumped? or strained? could be some inflammation, but if it's not sore in anyway, I wouldn't worry about it.
    Well, I always feel a little sore the day after a w/o and it usually lasts one, two, or sometimes three days. I always figured that's what DOMS was. I usually am a little tender too, but nothing horrible.
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