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Is Muscle Soreness Really a Sign Of an Effective Workout?

Men’s Health—November 13, 2017

Men’s Health featured HSS primary care sports medicine physician Jordan D. Metzl, MD in an article about delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS), which can occur after exercise.

Dr. Metzl explained that DOMS can show up 24 to 48 hours after an intense workout. He added that the more hydrated you are before, during and after a workout, the less likely you are to experience muscle soreness.

Read the full article at menshealth.com

 

 

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