“Sign of Fatigue”: Rising Fitness Influencer Unravels the Actual Reason Behind Soreness After Training

Published 12/04/2023, 12:15 PM EST

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It is largely believed that soreness stands for progress in the fitness community because fitness enthusiasts continue their grind even when they feel a little sore after a body workout. However, the young bodybuilder and fitness influencer, Tyler Pathradecha, has cleared out everyone’s misconception regarding the matter in his latest update.

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With over 461K followers on Instagram, Tyler Pathradecha is a successful online coach and an influencer. He claims his techniques always yield results, showcasing the results of those he has trained on his social media. With his recent posts, looking to help people succeed at fitness, Pathradecha revealed the real truth about soreness.

Tyler Pathradecha unveils the reason for soreness

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In his latest Instagram post, Pathradecha dismissed the notion that soreness strictly meant someone was improving in their fitness journey. The bodybuilder talked about how soreness is just a byproduct of weight training and explained, “It is actually a form of fatigue that you wanna minimize as you get more experience.”

Moreover, the fitness influencer also explained how it is not a good thing at all, as it might affect one’s recovery process altogether. He also suggested that it affects one’s performance the next time they are working out. Thus he stated in the caption, “Is soreness a sign of progress? It depends. Ultimately it’s important to understand that soreness is a sign of fatigue. And fatigue accumulates the more you train (volume) as well as the harder you train (intensity).”

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It hasn’t been long since Pathradecha told his followers how to avoid a bicep tear while doing a Preacher Curl.

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Tyler Pathradecha’s advice to avoid a bicep tear

In one of his posts, Pathradecha talked about the essential aspects of doing a Preacher Curl while looking to avoid a bicep tear. He pointed out how one should try out a varying range of reps and then slowly increase the weight as per capacity. Then he went on to talk about how maintaining stability becomes a problem for many bodybuilders. He noted, “They’re really not doing anything with the rest of the body. Maybe everything else is loose..”

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What do you think about Pathradecha’s advice on Preacher Curls and ensuring one does not let themselves get sore during their workouts? Let us know in the comments below.

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Pritha Halder

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I'm Pritha Halder, your everyday spokon fanatic. Spokon is the Japanese term for sports manga and anime. Rather strangely, this was the root from which my love for competitive bodybuilding blossomed.
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