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Started workout, have soreness in inner thigh, leg pain. Should I continue exercising?

Hi, I started a workout routine five days ago and the first couple of days I was sore in my inner thigh area and now that pain has been gone after at least the first 3 of the five days. I now have another pain which I don t know if it s normal or not. My both legs hurt. Could I be doing the exercises wrong or should it take this long to begin to get sore? The pain is uncomfortable so today I only got though half of my workout and then stopped. Should I be concerned or should I just keep exercising and in time the pain will go away? I have checked my form and it seems right. What could be the problem?
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

For any workout, the start should never be sudden rigorous. Means you start basic and build up the toughness step by step. If you don't, muscular spasms and bruises are normal and might not heal for long time.
This might be your case. Stop the workout for a month or so and restart with proper guidance.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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