Remember, no training this evening but plenty of people will be coming in to workout, so use your key and join them! I didn’t take off a Friday this month because of family emergencies, but I’m going to do that tomorrow, so I’ll see you all Saturday! Join Jen for a Yoga workout tomorrow morning at 935 (come in to get a workout at 835!)


We’ve been talking about this in training. Let me know if you have any questions.

How to interpret muscle soreness
Here’s what muscle soreness can and cannot tell you according to science. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is something we’ve all experienced and intuitively, you may think it means you had a good workout or that your muscles are growing. Indeed, soreness can be associated with muscle swelling, but that’s edema, water retention in the muscle, not contractile muscle growth. Most of my subscribers are probably aware now thatbeing sore is not necessarily a sign you had a good workout. You can get big without getting sore and getting sore doesn’t guarantee you’ll get big. However, many people still use…


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