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SCCRSTTR2 Posts: 19
5/22/13 5:36 P

Word. It is because you have let your muscles recover and you have even let them take a day or two off after recover so they begin to lose a minute amount of strength but if it is a workout you do regularly you can bring them back rathere quickly. I don't know what else to tell you but stay consistent

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5/22/13 12:35 P

I don't know if anyone else has experience with this but it seems sometimes the first day back to a certain exercise activity - say cycling to work - after taking 3 or 4 days away from it on weekends doing my regular long/medium runs instead - is always the worst. My muscles and entire body sometimes feel like I'm barely going to make it there because I'm pushing my all to get up hills, etc. But the very next day (and day after if it's 3 in a row,) it seems easy, like I could do it every single day.

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