When I am not increasing the intensity of my weight lifting workouts (i.e. same number of reps, sets and same lifts), I might get some very light DOMS in some stabilizer (small) muscles. However, whenever I increase either the number of reps, number of sets or the weight I am lifting, I get DOMS big time. For example, last Friday I did my usual strength training workout but I did 7 sets instead of the usual 5. That same day I was not sore at all. But yesterday I was sore in my legs, chest and arms. Today I am still sore in my legs. Hopefully I recover by tomorrow so that I can workout again. I won't workout if I am not recovered because if I do usually my workout turns out to be pretty lousy.
Some people, on the other hand, don't get DOMS at all even when they increase the intensity of their workouts or when they try some new workout.
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