Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
i missed the picture of the bishes!
someone pm me
http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx168/BogartRoy/photo-1.jpg only one i see
How bad will i fuck myself up if i start deadlifting and rowing with a sprained/tweaked lower back. It's been 3 weeks since i did any proper power movements except leg press. Back was feeling better then i went to the doctor for an unrelated reason and she squeezed my back and its hurt worse ever since. Im just doing high volume and high frequency training to try and keep my bulk going, but i want my proper routine back especially BB rows and heavy benching.
Also got a shoulder impingement on the left side, caused mostly by incline bench or anything overhead, and it's chest day tomorrow so i dont know what do. Need to try and start doing some rehab exercises.
seems like common sense to avoid training that which is already injured
I just tried to do a push-up. Hurt too much to do a single one. Not sure how I'm supposed to recover and get back to benching 255 when a one push-up feels like getting stabbed. Maybe turn bench day into a rowing day for 1 month?
Go see a specialist.
Man... it would cost me like 500 USD to see on here :/
Film about Joe DeFranco training athletes, pretty good watch
It sounds like you need to RICE
Recently made the horrifying discovery that WalMart has shockingly good donuts regardless of the time of day.
First free protein of the year. Also cousin just shot a 900lb bull moose, brb dunno what to do with 400 lbs of meat. Disregard groceries, acquire hunting license
Pretty sure i saw fujis yolo whale in the bush, poor .22 wouldnt do it though
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that's some really good eats right there. moose stew cooked right is absolutely delicious.
Twas a good cheat day. Large pizza, Chicken cacciatore, pint of soft serve from milk momofuku, 5 shots of vodka, 2 donuts and milk from dunkin donuts. Mmmmmmm
Really shouldn't be drinking alcohol even on a cheat day.
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