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Are there particular muscles on your body which are more susceptible to post exercise muscle cramps?

The only muscle that I get cramps with any frequency post exercise are my pecs. Pretty much after any hypertrophy workout I am guaranteed them. It is horrible - I will cramp just crossing my arms driving my car!!!
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Pecs and quads for me
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calves, dunno why just everytime whether heavy low frequency or ligher high, they cramp up really easily
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calves, but I never train them, they are just prone to cramping.
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calves and hams for me.
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calves, dunno why just everytime whether heavy low frequency or ligher high, they cramp up really easily
Calves as well but I have other issues with them. They seem to seize up and are the cause of my long bout of shin splints. Tris also seem to cramp up a little bit after a hard arm day
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My arms lock up in the shower when I try to wash my hair haha, my triceps twitch, and my quads lockup sometimes. I can get my calves to lockup if I static flex them about a day after training.
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