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Strength Training Recovery Tips with Scott Herman: You Asked For It

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Published on Sep 5, 2012

[00:30] Question 1: If you're extremely stiff & sore following a workout, is it safe to continue using those muscles or should they rest? (Scott Herman)
[01:07] Question 2: What about changing your workout if you're sore, like doing yoga instead? (Sadie Nardini)
[01:51] Summary/ Suggestions

You Asked For It: Target Zones. In this episode of "You Asked For It", fitness guru Scott Herman and yogi Sadie Nardini answer your questions regarding target toning and recovery from sore muscles. We ask the experts on how soon to return to weight training after a super hard workout the day before. And learn why yoga can be a great alternative to your routine and how it can help loosen up those tight and sore muscles. And find out when you should take a day off or just take it easy with a hot back. Tune in every Thursday for new episodes where you can get helpful advice and find the answers you are looking for. Don't forget that you might get your questions answered too, by posting them in the comments below the weekly "You Asked For It" videos. For more of the "You Asked For It" series, click here: http://bit.ly/Mk2Hci

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