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Forum: Injury Recovery And Prevention

Learn how to prevent and injury, or deal with one you already have.

Sticky Thread Sticky: TheBroBrah's Guide To Correcting Excessive APT.

For those of you who don't know, APT stands for "Anterior Pelvic Tilt". I recently fixed my APT, i had it pretty bad, definitely a lot worse than most people. How did i get it? Playing video games 24/7 for 2 years straight. Sedentary lifestyles are the biggest cause of APT. Jobs where you are...

TheBroBrah‎, 01-15-2011 01:14 AM
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Sticky Thread Sticky: The Complete Shoulder and RC Injury Article

Here's an article that I've alluded to a few times that I had been working on. It's finally finished. I hope you like the final product. If you have any suggestions or comments, please let me know. I'd be happy to hear constructive criticisms on the article. My goal with this article was to make a...

BernieD‎, 07-13-2005 07:45 PM
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Exclamation Sticky Thread Sticky: *** OFFICIAL INGUINAL HERNIA RECOVERY Thread ***

This thread is dedicated to hernias, hernia recovery, hernia survivors, success stories. I am here for any MISCer or member if you need motivation help, advice, encouragement, words of wisdom, hints, tips, tricks, or just a fellow friend who truly knows what you are going through....

ShoulderBrah‎, 04-06-2011 02:45 AM
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Sticky Thread Sticky: -Posture Correction Information and Routines-

Common Postural Deficiencies Desk Jockey: What Sitting All Day is Doing to Your Body In Defense of Overhead Lifting.............Tests for Shoulder Girdle Health Dysfunction Tests Total body corrective routines: Neanderthal No More Part I Neanderthal No More Part II Neanderthal No More...

Gzus‎, 04-14-2010 11:30 PM
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Sticky Thread Sticky: strategies for low back pain (it may not be about anything in the back)

THis post started life as a reply to someone having "horrible back pain" i've seen three of these in one day, so thought perhaps a general thread may help. The point of this post is to offer an alternative perspective about back pain that says it mayn't be about the back; it may be about pain...

mc-‎, 11-27-2009 11:05 AM
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Exclamation Sticky Thread Sticky: shoulder bulletproofing: rarely about Rotator Cuff strength

This post started as a discussion about exercises for the rotator cuff as a strategy many folks seems to think helps "bulletproof" one from shoulder injury. This approach speaks to a misunderstanding it seems of the mechanics of the shoulder and where injury in the shoulder generally begins. ...

mc-‎, 09-17-2011 06:31 AM
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Sticky Thread Sticky: Quit doing your own bench liftoffs!!!

I've been in and out of numerous ortho offices the past 6 months trying to rehab a myriad of shoulder issues. A posterior labral tear being the root issue. I was unsure of the exact cause of the tear until I saw a surgeon that really understood bench form and how it relates to shoulder health. I...

davisj3537‎, 03-20-2014 07:03 PM
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Exclamation Sticky Thread Sticky: Anyone here in Pain? Here's what to do (99% of the time) - seriously (move it!)

Have you read a post like this: "i have this pain that is that might be - what do i do so i can lift again" Guess what? To Get out of Pain MORE than 9 times out of 10 the answer is a simple two parter you can test yourself 1) NEVER MOVE INTO PAIN - really - do not work through pain

mc-‎, 10-13-2011 03:43 PM
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Arrow Sticky Thread Sticky: FOLLOW your DOCTOR'S ORDERS

This subforum is for discussing strategies to get you back in the gym after you've received the green light to do so from your attending physician. There is no internet substitute for in-person, professional diagnosis and treatment of injuries. If you make a post asking about doing anything...

ironwill2008‎, 01-18-2015 10:33 AM
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Arrow Sticky Thread Sticky: General Forum Rules

Welcome to the Forums It is our hope that the members of the forums will help each other in providing motivation and information to those looking to reach their fitness goals. To protect our members and the forums, the following rules are effective in all sections. Please take...

anonymous‎, 05-19-2014 09:12 AM
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Muscle Imbalances and Knee Pain and Bad Foot Positions

Before I ask the question let me give some details: 1) I had a prior muscle imbalance where the teardrop muscle on my left quad was too weak causing my kneecap to come unbalanced. I fixed this or so I thought till I realized the rest. 2) When I stand my natural foot position isn't | | it's \...

neondevil‎, Today 01:19 PM
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1.5 years of fave and body numbess only when working out/ running... execrising

July 2019 BOTH LEFT ARM AND LEG tingling numbness with NO PAIN then few days later my cheecks and jaw line are tingling even tounge and scalp it varys and lessens and worssens throughout the day… what could have happen I don’t lift heavy and have been working on stregething program. went to...

MrGeo120‎, Yesterday 07:40 PM
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Who has Recovered from Costochondritis

inflamation of the cartilage that connects the ribcage/breastbone I know for sure people have had this before so please speak up...I'm sure there will be some chronic cases where it took a while to heal, but anybody been able to fully recover and go back to the gym within a relatively short...

NewMindstate‎, 10-05-2008 11:00 AM
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Wrist pain

So I've been suffering from pain in my right wrist for the last few months, on the ulnar side. All my symptoms point to tendinitis. I think the injury has resulted from working out too much and playing badminton. The pain is mostly a very dull ache where my palm meets the ulnar side of the wrist. ...

akrishjhaveri‎, 01-13-2021 02:18 AM
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Unhappy Right arm and shoulder bigger than left one

So yeah, I know for some people like tennis players this is completely normal, and that there's also no total asymmetry in our bodies but my right arm has been bigger than my left one for a number of years now. I went to the doctor first because my left shoulder was bothering me and because both...

AndresSunSeeker‎, 01-12-2021 06:42 PM
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Calling on people who have broken their wrist before

Hi all, I broke my wrist in July 2020 and at the time despite a lot of pain and being unable to do a push up, I brushed it off as being a bad sprain. However, in September I got it scanned and discovered that I had a scaphoid fracture. Since then I subsequently underwent surgery whereby a screw...

ThatIrishLad‎, 12-27-2020 04:57 AM
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Working out with muscle knots: Yay or Nay?

A lot of people have probably dealt with muscle knots before. To get rid of muscle knots the advice usually is to foam roll it and see a physio and/or chiro. While that is of course good, we hardly ever hear about whether it's a good or a bad idea to workout despite having muscle knots. I tend to...

samrozay3‎, 01-10-2021 06:47 AM
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AC joint injury work-arounds

In injured my AC joint a few months back due to a fall off a staircase. My doctor cleared me to workout but anything overhead still hurts(**), so I'm looking for some substitutions. I workout at home due to the closing of gyms in Belgium and have some adjustable dumbbells (fairly heavy) and a...

Nelg1993‎, 01-11-2021 07:40 AM
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How long to wait for shoulder to recover

So on Thanksgiving I was messing around throwing a football with friends, and I hurt my shoulder trying to throw too hard. I am guessing it was something in/near the rotator cuff, but I am not sure. Most likely a strain of some muscle in that area. The next time I benched a couple days later, I...

scumpxharry‎, 01-01-2021 04:14 PM
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Clicking elbow when curling WITHOUT ANY WEIGHT ON

as titile says.. about 2 months now, driving me nuts. If I wlll do this 2-3 times straight pain will start. I have been not training this whole time besides doing rehab for my shoulder injury (rc, supraspinatus)... Youtube makes me think it's a golfer's elbow, but I dont know about the...

amit4life5‎, 12-12-2020 09:46 AM
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....Testicle, twitching??

OK so this is pretty weird but maybe someone on these boards has had something similar. To get it out there yes I have seen a doctor and he said everything was alright. So about a month ago I noticed a little twitch down there, didnt think anything of it.. but then about 2 weeks later it was...

bartenda‎, 12-14-2008 08:24 PM
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Hip flexors pain while heavy squatting

So, I've always had slight pain, when squatting heavy. 2 years ago I overdid it and I had an injury, my everyday life did not change at all, but I could not squat weighted for 6 months. Since then, I have been building up back my squat, I do proper stretching after squatting and mobillity work...

nikola1808‎, 01-07-2021 03:52 AM
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What causes this popping in my elbows when I do bench press?

I hear this little pop when I do a Bench Press. It's usually the left arm and it happens on the way down. It's been this way for quite a long time. It isn't painful, but I do wonder what I'm supposed to do. No matter how narrow or wide or what kind of form I use, it doesn't go away. But it doesn't...

Einhander12‎, 01-06-2021 11:30 PM
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Strange shoulder injury

About 7 weeks ago, i was lifting for the first time in a long time. No injury that day or the next day. 2 days later, out of nowhere when I woke up, I couldn't pick up a tooth brush past a few inches, and had lots of pain and swelling. The only other thing I can think of that may have caused...

biglifter10140‎, 01-05-2021 05:48 PM
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Pinched nerve in neck w/R side weakness

Hello everyone, I had an MRI yesterday C5-6 central stenosis C6-7 severe right and moderate left foraminal stenosis! I have zero strength on any pushing exercises, my right tricep is not firing at all and now my right pec muscle is atrophied. My wife told me when we were getting ready for...

firenuck‎, 12-30-2020 08:13 AM
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Question Weird Knee Injury?

Almost a month ago, getting back to the gym after 3-4 months of not training I experienced a weird "injury" in my knee that I wasn't able to diagnose. I believe it happened from too much stress on the knee, including a lot of walking, standing, stair climbing, cycling and heavy workouts. What...

UnderRated700‎, 01-04-2021 05:58 AM
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Rotator Cuff / Bicep Tenodesis Surgery; Recovery Log

hello all... i had surgery to repair 2 large rotator cuff tears and a ruptured bicep tendon at the shoulder on April 22, 5 days ago. i will document my recovery to provide info to those facing this. There is a lot available on youtube and in internet forums like, but not so much specific to...

tkdnj‎, 04-27-2015 10:13 AM
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Diastasis Recti - Need Help With Exercises For Men

I'm 6'3" 275lbs and 44 years old. I was heavily into weights, football, and kickboxing in my 20's. At peak I was 295lbs 10% bodyfat. I've been in and out of the gym over the last 10-12 years or so but I've over time ended up at around 36% bodyfat at my most out of shape (which I guess was a...

ACRhino‎, 07-30-2016 06:14 PM
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Yet another shoulder injury thread — To surgery, or not to surgery...

I finally got an arthrogram of my shoulder as a follow-up to an MRI I got back in May, and discovered the following: 1. “large, very high grade partial-thickness tear of the supraspinatus and infraspinatus tendons” 2. “chronic Hills-Sachs defect” and “probable old Reverse-Hills-Sachs defect”...

teenwolf80‎, 12-29-2020 08:03 PM
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Leg Raises Back Injury

I was doing hanging leg raises with 10 lbs. ankle weights on each leg. But instead of doing the exercise normally, I was holding my legs out horizontally and rocking my hips left and right (I think that's the term) in order to workout my obliques. It took a week for me to realize my lower...

OverUnderPower‎, 12-29-2020 04:49 PM
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Sharp Knee Pain.

Hello everyone. I've been working out for several months now and I'm more energetic and confidant than I've been in years after doing so. I've lost a sizeable amount of weight and added some muscle and I'd like to continue to do so but I've came across a problem that I've had before when trying...

Acromiller‎, 12-28-2020 02:22 PM
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Golfer's elbow, soreness or pain?

I've been recovering from golfer's elbow on both of my elbows for the past few weeks. I think I'm 90% recovered and started using some weight during my rehab exercises. My rehab consists of massaging the area for 30 sec then doing three sets of 10 for arm curls and three sets of 10 for hammer...

ikonik7‎, 11-17-2020 01:51 PM
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Pain on the left side of my body

Hi, I have developed this constant pain on the left side of my body, starting from the neck to the foot. It is mild but throbbing pain and is present all the time. I have not be able to sleep properly because of the constant pain. I had it checked out by my family doctor. She had a CT scan...

musicgold‎, 12-21-2020 12:16 PM
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Scapular dyskinesis / winging recovery time

I've had this for a good couple years now, and seen 3 different PTs about it. Each of them have been fairly certain that it's my weak lower traps that are the problem. The most recent PT has said that I should also be doing lots of chest stretching (I'd not done much of this until now) so...

ReboundReps‎, 12-08-2020 03:15 PM
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