After 3 years of training I was finally falling into a routine of 5 times a week gym, 2-3 times Muay Thai... lots of running, having a physical job (waiter), and generally just keeping realllllly fit - BF% went down to 6% on a weekly basis without even trying to maintain and everything was well!
I maintained light weight (75kilos 6"1 6-7%bf) for a while mainly due to bulking being too expensive with the amount of cardio I do but was very well happy with just maintaining a tight body!
Now... Friday I got myself into a fight and slammed straight on my shoulder, which ended up breaking (thank god it wasnt a tear!) It is a clean, straight fracture with no fragments and no surgery needed, god bless - its been 3 days and my range of motion has improved dramatically and my arm is able to hold itself up on its own (The first day I couldn't lift it at all)
Now the orthopedic said not to do anything for a month and a half, but this was in a trauma unit and dealt with really quickly - I haven't had the chance to go to a proper sports doctor nor can I afford one. His diagnose seems rather quick and general - not geared towards someone whom maintains a very very active life style and plans on returning to it asap.
I've already been to the gym twice and did... well, legs... wooohoopie... lol, there's only so much legs you can do before you want to pump something smaller yet more noticeable, bits of lower back and abs well I can burn them all day but without squats I just feel like nothing is happening down there.... Thai boxing, god bless - for the benefit of not falling on my arm ill wait a week before I go back to training but I plan on utilizing every limb I have that can work as to not lose all my flexibility and mobility over the next month...
Now my question... really, can I do anything using 1 side at the gym without "unbalancing" my body too much? one side rows etc... also, as long as I feel no pain (Without medication obviously... no point trying to workout on Tramadol lol) - Is it okay for me to do light bicep curls?... and generally, any idea what I can do to prevent myself from going nuts the following month? >_<... I'm a waiter so I'm out of work as well lol... this is just brilliant!!!
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