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    Chest Recovery time

    I've been going to the gym now for about 5 years. Not always consistently, but consistent enough to know my recovery times. In recent months, I have started to notice that my chest recovery time has been taking longer. For example, last Friday I trained chest. Standard workout is decline bench, 4 sets. incline bench 4 sets, cables 4 sets. It took until Tuesday for my chest to feel completely back to normal. In the past it was pretty consistent. Next day sore, day after that sore, day after that good to go. Could this be due to there being a couple of weeks between chest works maybe?
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    Originally Posted by WolvesJohn View Post
    I've been going to the gym now for about 5 years. Not always consistently, but consistent enough to know my recovery times. In recent months, I have started to notice that my chest recovery time has been taking longer. For example, last Friday I trained chest. Standard workout is decline bench, 4 sets. incline bench 4 sets, cables 4 sets. It took until Tuesday for my chest to feel completely back to normal. In the past it was pretty consistent. Next day sore, day after that sore, day after that good to go. Could this be due to there being a couple of weeks between chest works maybe?
    Most certainly. Do better. ;-)
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    Originally Posted by WolvesJohn View Post
    I've been going to the gym now for about 5 years. Not always consistently, but consistent enough to know my recovery times. In recent months, I have started to notice that my chest recovery time has been taking longer. For example, last Friday I trained chest. Standard workout is decline bench, 4 sets. incline bench 4 sets, cables 4 sets. It took until Tuesday for my chest to feel completely back to normal. In the past it was pretty consistent. Next day sore, day after that sore, day after that good to go. Could this be due to there being a couple of weeks between chest works maybe?
    Yep the gap between your workouts is allowing you to increase the difficulty of the workout more than normal.
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