May 3, 2013|Written by Nelson Lau
What is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?

Have you ever worked out so hard that you’re muscles ache the next day? They’re so sore you can’t even lift your arms up to put a shirt on or you have a tough time sitting down in your chair? Well, if you’ve experienced this before, you’ve just experienced a physiological response known as DOMS, or delayed onset muscle soreness.


October 15, 2012|Written by DR. MARK DEDOMENICO
Go Ahead.. Take That Day Off..

Rest is crucial for you to make progress and perform at your maximum - a day or two off each week allows muscles, tendons and ligaments time to repair- making you less likely to sustain an exercise related injury. Getting enough rest also has major health benefits.



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