if you're technicue is shit, you'll feel more sore
always do stretches before and after working out if you wanna feel less sore
i too am going to gym for a month, everyone feels sore specially the next morning. I still am little sore from my legs which was day before yesterday. after warmup be sure to do stretching before starting other exercises
Generally yes, but not to the extent you can’t move or it’s hurting. Stretching properly, eating the right amount of calories for what you’re burning, proper recovery sleep, warming up before working out, and most importantly not over doing it. Try to know your limit especially when you’re just starting. Do some calisthenics at the beginning of your day after you wake up, and not taking a day off from working out is a great way to keep soreness away. You don’t have to go to the gym everyday, but keeping up with it is very important - someone who hasn’t missed a workout day in 15 years.
If you work out with really high intensity you will feel sore even if you're experienced gym goer.
always stretch beforehand, if you havent been to the gym in a while then i believe it's normal to be sore after first day
Only beginner, you will soon adapt to your workout routine.
The only exception is when your training volume is really high
First exercises/trainings you usually always feel sore, later you dont get that much soreness. I usually use BCAA while training to reduce the soreness next day, plus it makes me consume more water during trainings which is good and it tastes hella good as well.
I went for roughly 3 years 4 days a week and every time you get sore. You should always feel a little sore. I don't think you can not get sore from a leg day.
It has nothing to do with experience.
holy fuck i love at all the people in this thread having no clue what they are talking about.
muscle soreness is COMPLETELY normal for people who are new in the gym or have not trained for a while. its a small inflammation in your muscles, small cracks in your muscle fibers that heal after 1-4 days. it does not mean that you hypertrophie, it does not mean that you trained right or wrong, it simply means that your muscle is not used to the stress you put on them. you also get this when you increase your weight in compound lifts. if you suddenly squat 10kg more than last week.
i could get cancer in my eyes reading that muscle soreness comes from bad technique or what other people on here said
it's all individual. if you have proper routine, rest, nutrition and technique and see yourself improving don't pay attention to soreness.
it's not a matter of being a beginner but if your muscles are accustomed to it. for example, the soreness that came from squatting when i was a beginner was excruciating and it still is if i take a break from going to the gym. however, after a week or two of lifting it usually goes away and never comes back. i've never felt any soreness when i've been consistently going to the gym for months. fatigue? oh god yes. soreness? definitely not
i'm going to say it again because it's very important. as you become stronger and a more consistent lifter it will transition from soreness to fatigue. they are two different things but equally annoying in their own rights.
Feeling sore is usual, but it is NEVER (minus exceptions) necessary.
Ofcourse u feel sore. If u do everything right u should have some DOMS after Gym workout.
"if u are advanced lifter u dont feel sore" thats bullshit
Also dont do static streching before workout.
mate you're the biggest beginner of em all, only you experience this
good luck gaining muscles with that body of yours
You feel really sore if you do an excersise you have not done in some time. So yeah if ur a beginner ur gonna be the big sore in muscle. After some time if u will not feel it ir ur consistent. I dont get sore anymore unless i switch excersises.
If you haven't exercised in a while, or you don't do it very often, you will get very sore (talking about sore muscles btw). But that means you are doing everything right. Soreness comes up every time you overwork your muscles which makes them bigger and stronger, so keep doing what you're doing and you'll have great results very fast.
if it hurt very big = very big gains (proven by scientist)
I did only the first few weeks
Do freeletics its better for people who start and who doesnt want train a specific muscle.
At the beginning 100%. The more you understand exercise the less it'll hurt. Correct rest, diet, and stretching will deal with most pain.