i eat like 1000g of carbohydrates a day im an active person. been doing this for months.
why am i so sore? my body my muscles.
i eat low low fat.
mostly fruit with some potatoes and grains.
veggies and greens too i havent been doing alot lately but lots of the time i get lots in :)
I AM DOING BETTER ON THE SORENESS.. i dont know how or why but it seems after i posted this it started getting better - only a little sore in spots - i feel like my body is growing in every way.
hey ive had a really horrible functioning left kidney as i had surgery on it (bad times) i am not for surgery or drugs i got caught up /: now i am doing as well as i can as i do have social issue at the moment i do not see anyone all day everyday just about i see my parents a couple hours a day and see a couple other people sometimes through the week every other waking hour im alone, so it is hard to get motivation for ANYTHING lots of things - but i am working on this! and it is my fault! but that is one of my MAJOR problems as of now. I've been more and more unsocial ever since i stopped bad habits like drinking staying out late partying drugs drug handling and hanging out with the like. i must seek positive communitys now!
P.S. as for now i still am not 100% 80/10/10 in the raw way. but in the Caloric intake i am. i have been including lots of potatoes as ive cut on the grains and veggies brocolli and more that was cooked. i add nothing to my cooked dishes no salts no oils. maybe a lemon and pepper at most.
well as this really dosent matter because if you are getting enough calories from carbohydrates you get plenty protein let me tell you... 50G roughly (just as the 1000G carb is rough) being less and more on days. but this would be a close average.. but protein can be anywhere 40-80g just as carbs can be anywhere 800-1200g
How many hours a night do you sleep? Sounds like your diet is ok and is unlikely to keep you sore but if you are stressed, dehydrated, tired or all 3 like most people then recovery is slower.
Of course if you mix up your training a lot then some soreness is normal but if it lasts longer than a day or so or is excessive then it is most one of the 3 above. Sleep is the number 1 component of recovery and is the most common deficiency.
I once got told by my stength coach years ago that for every training session during a day add 1 hour of sleep on top of my standard 8 hours. That is not necessary an exact science but I quite like it as a rule of thumb!
oh thats cool :) thanks
less grains and more high water fruit and greens, along with the other calorie dense fruit you may have been eating. get more sleep. how about some different stretching, yoga, warmup / cooldown routines? keep playing around with it, but the activity is awesome!