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glucose as in......... sugar or am I wrong ?
Glucose as in a type of sugar yes.. I believe it's extracted from corn.

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Any brand of CEE you recomend ? I was gonna buy some anyway.
No specific brand.. It's highly soluble.. more so than Creatine monohydrate.

..And i don't think the solubility differs much between brands.

So look for a low-cost brand... One whose name you recognise though.


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soreness to me means i had a good work out.

When it turns into pain - i have overtrained.
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soreness to me means i had a good work out.

When it turns into pain - i have overtrained.
See for me it's soreness in the legs and pain in the abs. I'm not sure why I get pains in my abs from running and I can do so many crunches with no problem. I do a lot of running (not by choice, although I should try it...) and whenever I do after the "maximum point" i got a huge pain in my ab on the left. However when I do crunches I can do like 30+ and nothing bad happens (I'm tiny, 30 is good for me at a fast pace) so I was thinking maybe soreness has to do with WHAT you're doing. It might be less sore if you do something you always do but if you start pulling the muscle a different way then it feels pained after being up in one way. So...maybe doing more than one exercise recurrently would lower soreness?
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I'm not sure why I get pains in my abs from running and I can do so many crunches with no problem.
Pain in your abs from running.. Do you mean like 'burning' right after?

Or do you mean soreness the next day?

If you mean burning..that's due to low oxygenation.

Basically your lungs were unable to supply enough oxygen during the exercise.

If you're referring to soreness the next day however.. this is because abs are what we call stabilizing muscles.

They're always 'engaged'.. to keep the torso upright.

Running requires the abdominal wall (obliques etc.) to twist and turn the torso explosively and repetitively.

This compounds their role as support muscles..

Running actually works your midsection harder than crunches... that's why you get more sore from running.

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I think soreness is good. It lets you know that you've hit the muscle properly and tore it down. Over training I think is over rated. I just started doing squats every day, about 10 sets and 10 reps of a moderate amount of weight. Let me tell you, I've gained muscle within 2 weeks of doing this.
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Good insight on here. This is what deters me from keeping consistency. I get so sore that I don't think I can make it through another workout and give up after a while.
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You have to experience some amount of soreness to know that your workout is effective. However if the soreness becomes pain then you should listen to your body and rest. You wouldn't want to do more damage.
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Good insight on here. This is what deters me from keeping consistency. I get so sore that I don't think I can make it through another workout and give up after a while.
If you're getting very sore, you're starting out too hard.

May need to dial it back so you can tackle it consistently.
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