Soreness on cycle

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    Soreness on cycle


    I did bench press yesterday, and my usual workout leaves me quite sore the next day. While on epi, I can definitely feel a tightness, but I'm not actually sore. If I bench again today, I would fatigue quicker I'm sure but I could actually get a good work out in. Is this normal?

    PS: I did squat a few days ago, 10X5 and I couldn't walk the next day. So maybe its not epi giving me super recovery.

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    still give yourself 72-96 hrs to recover regardless what your on. min 72hr
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    agreed with gymrat. Gear is NOT a substitute for proper nutrition and most importantly REST AND SLEEP in regards to muscle recovery.
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    Ditto on both of those replies. Most people think that they are invincible. REST is key,,, give it a lil time and you'll see...
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