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DOMS is, well, exactly what it sounds like, and it explains why your legs are so sore the next day (or even two days) after a tough leg workout. On a physiological level, the process of lifting weights and building muscle is quite brutal:What is delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)?
The second kind of muscle soreness, and the kind that can make leg day miserable, is delayed soreness, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) DOMS is, well, exactly what it sounds like, and it explains why your legs are so sore the next day (or even two days) after a tough leg workout.How long does it take For DOMs to kick in?
You begin to feel DOMS between 12 to 72 hours after training and it is usually accompanied by swelling, and mobility limiting stiffness. DOMS is a common way to know if you’ve had a productive work-out.What is Domdoms and why do I Feel It?
DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) is part of the training package: sometimes you can feel like you’ve been hit by a car the morning after leg day. Soreness is neither a good or bad thing: if you’re not sore after training it doesn’t mean you didn’t work hard enough.