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I did my trainer workout Monday morning.<br>
I recovered,....was tired, but recovered pretty well. Didn't feel heavy legs even after 3 hours of on my feet teaching.)<br><br>
I swam this morning.<br>
Kicked.<br>
Not a ton, but some. Not especially hard, more for recovery sets during harder swims.<br><br>
NOW...this afternoon...<br>
my legs are heavy....I can feel it in my quads.<br><br>
'sup with that?
 

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Muscle fatigue and soreness will generally follow a day or two behind the offending workout, so if your trainer session was a tough one, that makes sense.
 

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Yup! Legs tired! A sure sign of working out. Sounds like a good thing.
 

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Stitch...it usually takes me like 2 days after to feel the ouch factor.
 

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DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness<br><br>
Usually happens 1-2 days after a hard workout.
 

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Ok....<br>
So, I'm not losing my mind.<br><br>
Frequently I seem to misplace it, though.<br>
Just as long as it's not gone for good.
 

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The nice thing about that is, once it's gone for good, you won't know the difference. It's getting there that's the problem.
 
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