Lift weights Max-OT style, and you’ll understand the deep muscle pain that usually occurs within 24 hours after a workout. It’s often worse 48 hours after exercise. This type of soreness is known as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
While scientists aren’t completely sure how DOMS occurs, they do know it’s associated with structural damage of the muscle fibers due to high-overload, intense muscle contractions. The fast-twitch muscle fibers, (the fibers most responsive to growth) where most of the damage from this type of training and they can take up to seven days to fully repair. The repair process is when muscle fiber adaptation and growth occurs.
Researchers from the University of Georgia have found that caffeine supplementation was able to reduce muscle soreness following muscle contraction via electrical stimulation. The participants in this study were given a 5 milligram per kilogram of body weight dose after a workout. The researchers speculate that caffeine blocks the activity of a chemical called adenosine which is released during the inflammatory response to muscle injury. Adenosine may be partially responsible for the delayed soreness that occurs from heavy training.
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Source: Medicine & Science in Sports Exercise