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    stectching really sore muscles

    Do you or don't you? I know it hurts like hell if i try to strecth out my legs the day after i do my leg day at the gym. Is it good to strecth your muscles when they are sore or wait till they are back to normal and stretch them?

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    Stretching will help eleviate the soreness. I try to do it twice a day after those leg workouts. Stick with static (?) strecthing though...Not sure if thats the right word, but I'm referring to the ones that don't have jerky, forced movements.

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    Stretching is under used by weight lifter in general. Before and after, just for a little while should help with some of the stiffness and pain.

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    stretching is a must in my book, just dont overdo it

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    definately... if i didn't stretch when i was sore i'd be stuck! just be careful to stretch slowly and not to the point of that scary kind of pain

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    stretching brings oxygen to the soar muscle which in turn helps you heal the muscle. Its a good thing but lol when i stretched my soar legs the next day i couldnt walk at all heh

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