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Our bodies are remarkable, it is capable of great feats of strength and has an amazing ability to adapt to the demands we place upon it. But how and why do we get stronger?
The biggest increases in strength will not necessarily be because your muscles are getting bigger, it will be more likely down to "neuromuscular learning" especially in the early stages of training of training.
How many meals should you eat in a day? Do you stick with the traditional three meals a day or eat every two to three hours "to boost your metabolism"? Is there any advantage of spreading out meals more frequently?
First off lets look at what current scientific literature says and then look at it more from a practical view point.-
After a weight session or heavy workout , no doubt you have felt a little achy or sore after. This can be known as DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness).
The feeling may start to occur a few hours after exercise and can start to peak around 24-48 hours after the workout.