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It gets better. Keep up the good work!

Once you get to the point where you can work them out then through what you did already but very lightly. Like do less reps, no weight, but just do something to lightly work them. It will really help with soreness.

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It gets better. Keep up the good work!

Once you get to the point where you can work them out then through what you did already but very lightly. Like do less reps, no weight, but just do something to lightly work them. It will really help with soreness.

Also STRETCH!!! Very helpful and helps with recovery

Actually OP should at least keep up the same intensity, if not add on more. DOMs becomes less worse with every workout. After about 4 weeks of going twice a week, OP should stop getting DOMs completely.

Stretch and walk. Walk through the pain.

I'm not sure why 34 was downvoted, because that's true.

*DOMS delayed onset muscle soreness. The pain your muscles feel after a workout

Keep working out but don't destroy one set of muscles at a time to start with plan to be sore but not immobilized

I'd rather do a trust fall on a toilet than an actual person

Hahahaha funny as fuck. I love this :D

"You've been WHAT-falling onto your toilet? Why would a porcelain bowl seem trustworthy to you?!" –Your future plumber

Sounds like me, except my problem is getting UP from the toilet!

No one hovers on leg day. No matter how much you train them that will never change.

chrisbeaudoin 26

Not saying you deserve it but shouldn't you ease into leg training instead of doing all of it at once? You had this coming, op.

You should start out slower and work up to doing more that way you aren't forced to stop for a week while your muscles heal. If you start out slower it's much easier to build up a routine and the muscles needed to do more at a time without the debilitation your feeling now. I've been in the same position when I first started working out.