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Why do I get lactic acid build up at lower threshholds on different days?
I'm a climber, so I'm talking specifically about forearms. I train regularly and have been for years, so I'm pretty familiar with how my body responds. As I understand it, the "pumped" sensation in ...
Dec 13 '12 at 19:25
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