before i started crossfit, i used to go to the gym once a day or twice a week at most. now that i’ve been crossfittin’ for 2 months, i’m getting an extra workout everyday (2x/week). it’s like everything is all sore and stiff everywhere. not normal! my first month of crossfit, people told me that even though you’re involved in activities where movement is essential, lifting weights can lead to increased bone density. how much protein should i be taking?what about before and after the workout? my muscles are so sore they’ll barely let me bend from one side or another without screaming out loud…. they just feel hot and once you touch them, they’re red as fire. what else can cause this???
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