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  1. I love the response I get from y'all on my other two posts. So I thought I would come here again with something my knowledge is only 50/50 on. Also, if this is not the place for this question, forgive me. I am still learning the ropes on this forum. So starting jogging/walking, not fit enough enough to jog 20 straight minutes. However, I feel it. It has been 5 days since my first jog, and I still feel a bit stiff. but I have been jogging/walking twice since then. Also I went to the gym to get some upper body in. Boy do I feel it. I know in another day or two it is going to feel worse. Again, I am getting back in the groove (and this is for good/ever!). Changed the way I eat two weeks ago, started cardio (jogging/walking) last Friday, and started going back to the gym yesterday. So every is slow and steady. However, any tips for getting over that huge initial soreness in the beginning. The first time is always the hardest, and gives me an excuse not to go work out (obviously don't want to hurt myself). I have been reading a lot that HIIT helps with overcoming soreness. Anyone know the specifics of this? Do the soar muscles need to take part in the HIIT session in order to help overcome the soreness? Or will 15/20 minute sprint session do? This is just what I have been reading in a lot of online journals, and will try today. But if you do anything particular for dealing with muscle soreness, please elaborate. It usually takes me two weeks before my muscles stop aching. Obviously I can't go two weeks without get some curls in!
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