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    CLW
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    Shot Day vs. Leg Day

    Hey all, I was just wondering how you guys spread this out, I have had some sore glutes in the past, but last week I happened to take my shot the morning of my leg day, actually about 2 hours before I went to the gym, I had the worst glute pain for a week, that I've ever had, and the ball didn't go away for 6 days.

    thanks, KC

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    i do legs on fridays, and shots are sunday and wednesday. Any closer than that, and it affects my workout.

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    mike2112 is offline Associate Member
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    you should better avoid doin your legs injections on the legs day bro,it's sore like hell and you won't be able to train correctly.

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    I do my shots on monday and thursday ... and train my legs monday .. never had a problem before .. just work through it .. it actually makes me push harder knowing i just shot up an hour before i got to the gym ...

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    Very easy solution bro, delay your shot a few hours and shoot AFTER your workout...

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    Originally posted by marx
    Very easy solution bro, delay your shot a few hours and shoot AFTER your workout...
    sound's good too me.

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