Leukocytes, cytokines, growth factors and hormones in human skeletal muscle and blood after uphill or downhill running
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One article on PainSci cites Malm 2004: A Deep Dive into Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness
PainSci notes on Malm 2004:
From the abstract: “Eccentric physical exercise (downhill running) did not result in skeletal muscle inflammation 48 h post exercise, despite DOMS and increased CK.” Inflammation is the hallmark of tissue damage, so this evidence tends to suggest that muscles are not damaged by hard, unfamiliar exercise.
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