feel the pain? feel the growth?!

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    Jun 04, 2008 8:46 PM GMT
    i am naturally little, as is my father, but my grandfather is very big boned, so i know i have the potential to get some meat on me, i went from regular traing to high intensity training, but im not over doing as to not tear down the muscle so much im actually removing mass, my chest is pretty sore though, i know that means the muscle is rebuilding, does that also mean my chest will be growing? if not is there a way you can tell other than see it or measuring it... like can you feel it growing? that way i know im doing things right.
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    Jun 07, 2008 11:31 PM GMT
    zacharyZEALOUSY saidi am naturally little, as is my father, but my grandfather is very big boned, so i know i have the potential to get some meat on me, i went from regular traing to high intensity training, but im not over doing as to not tear down the muscle so much im actually removing mass, my chest is pretty sore though, i know that means the muscle is rebuilding, does that also mean my chest will be growing? if not is there a way you can tell other than see it or measuring it... like can you feel it growing? that way i know im doing things right.


    First, punctuation.

    Second, soreness is not an indication that the muscle is growing. If you continue working out, it's very possible that you won't get that sore from workouts.

    No, there's no way to feel the muscle growing. Just take measurements periodically and compare them as time goes along.