Hopefully someone knowledgeable can pipe in.
I have a partially torn supraspinatus and although I don't see an orthopedic surgeon until Tuesday, I suspect he'll at least have me refrain from lifting. But in the mean time, I talked to my friend who is a 3rd year exercise phys major.
As of now all I'd really been doing was rows, deadlifts and trying to train legs unsucessfully. He told me rows would he horrible, and that deadlifts would probably place way too much pressure on it.
Is there anything besides leg press/back squats that I can do?
I've been doing some really controlled bicep curls/tricep extensions on the ground/preacher bench to minimize any scapular movement.
Thread: Training w/ a torn supraspinatus