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You are having one or all of the issues: You aren't doing enough weight. You aren't doing enough reps. You take too much time between your sets. You are doing the lifts incorrectly. Even when I was at my peak and lifting 6 days a week with two leg days (at the time had been steady for 10+ years), there was not a single time I did legs and didn't feel it ...


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First of all, soreness is definitely not a good tool to measure your training session quality. There is some correlation between the "damage level" and the feeling of soreness, but the lack of soreness doesn't indicate a too low-intensity workout. There are a few points I suggest you to think about in order to assess your training: Priority: Do I train ...



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