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11/16/11 6:25 A

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It depends on the type of soreness. Plus make sure you stretch and have the right shoes. It's important to get fitted for your stride type. running is high impact so it affects muscles differently!

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11/15/11 12:34 P

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Do you have good running shoes? I have tried running without them and with them and it is night and day in terms of soreness.



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11/13/11 11:36 P

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Is it a *good, I worked out and feel it* soreness or *bad, ouch it really hurts* soreness?
Take an extra day to recoup.



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11/13/11 7:47 P

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Wow. So today was my first day on week one, and I am already feeling it. The last time I tried this I was sore for a few days. Do you just run through the soreness? It's so odd because I can do the elliptical for an hour and not feel anything the next day. Perhaps this is my body telling me I have found the right exercise for weight loss.lol.


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