Quick Question



  • I’ve been working out for 5 months and I used to feel a burn in any muscle workout followed by some soreness the next day even after taking Whey Protein.

    The problem is now when I workout, I feel the burn but I no longer feel anything the next day or even an hour later and I always increase the weight/sets/repetition

    Any Idea?



  • I’ve been working out for 5 months and I used to feel a burn in any muscle workout followed by some soreness the next day even after taking Whey Protein.

    The problem is now when I workout, I feel the burn but I no longer feel anything the next day or even an hour later and I always increase the weight/sets/repetition

    Any Idea?



  • It means you’re making progress.



  • Your muscles get used to the training, but it doesn’t mean you arn’t building them.  For example if you had a 2 week break, then did your normal routine, you would feel  it.

    If you really want to feel the burn then try doing a workout with everything at your max, or try doing a bunch of excercises to failure.
    And you can always try new exercises which will focus more on different muscles, keep things varied.



  • @AlCpwnage1337:

    I’ve been working out for 5 months and I used to feel a burn in any muscle workout followed by some soreness the next day even after taking Whey Protein.

    The problem is now when I workout, I feel the burn but I no longer feel anything the next day or even an hour later and I always increase the weight/sets/repetition

    Any Idea?

    Your muscles are getting used to the constant exercise, this is good, keep going.



  • Thanks for the input, I asked a Trainer at the gym but he told me I would have to pay him $50 to do an hour session where he could evaluate what I’m doing wrong.


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