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Delated Onset Muscle Soreness

Have you ever worked out on a Monday evening, and woke up on Wednesday feeling incredibly sore? Did your muscles hurt to touch them? Delayed onset muscle soreness, also known as DOMS, is a side effect of the repair process after muscle breakdown occurs with new activity. It is also one of the less appealing aspects of strength and conditioning but a necessary and unavoidable evil. The effects are usually felt 2-3 days after new exercise because the body takes about 24-72hrs to repair itself. However, there are a few ways to manage DOMS and prevent the soreness from intensifying. One should take advantage of the 12-24 hours before the delayed soreness intensifies and use this window for lig

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