Our expert says:
Not sure how long you've had this? Or if it happens when you've been training for two or three weeks consistently. Part of the problem is that you're training too inconsistently. If you can just overcome this initial barrier, I suspect that those aches and pains will go away. But I think you're probably training too hard on the first day, and then hurting too badly, resting and then doing this over and over. Rather back off, training at 50% of your current level, and then you should find that you can put together two weeks where you train maybe 6 times. That's a start, and I really do think that you'll have no problems after this.
It is normal, incidentally to have sore and aching muscles. But it goes away, only if you continue and get beyond that initial barrier.
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