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    The masks are a tricky issue as there was a...

    The masks are a tricky issue as there was a shortage for both the general public and health care providers so I totally see why many would think the CDC was discouraging them so that they would be...
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    I strongly, strongly disagree with this. There is...

    I strongly, strongly disagree with this. There is no strong evidence yet that HCQ + Azi is helpful. There is however a shortage and many patients who need the HCQ for their underlying conditions (ie,...
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    I did not read the link but I agree with masks...

    I did not read the link but I agree with masks for all in public. South Korea has done that and one of the lead physicians there thinks that has been helpful. The problem is we don't have enough...
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    Have you ever had an injury there? If you press...

    Have you ever had an injury there? If you press on the area with your other hand can you feel a bump of any sort?
  • If you can push yourself to some semblance of...

    If you can push yourself to some semblance of failure then you should definitely be able to grow. Good job playing around with it and finding a way to make it work!
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    You can do 8 reps I feel if your form holds up....

    You can do 8 reps I feel if your form holds up. Frequently though it won't. A deadlift is essentially a bunch of partial range of motion movements thrown together; a partial squat (regarding knee...
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    If you specifically do chinups and dips to...

    If you specifically do chinups and dips to emphasize the biceps and triceps I can see this working to some degree. If you don't specifically do them for that purpose I doubt your arms will develop a...
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    Put your targeted arm on a low platform to get a...

    Put your targeted arm on a low platform to get a better stretch and then put your nontargeted arm as far behind you as you can while still being able to complete the rep; that should let you get a...
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    Still playing around with bands, just not really...

    Still playing around with bands, just not really worth posting as I'm not doing anything very rigorous. My goal here is to simply maintain and I believe I am doing that.

    I did do a brief workout...
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    WolfRose7, it quite possibly has to do with...

    WolfRose7, it quite possibly has to do with different testing criteria. Here in the US we had a very slow start to testing but it is ramping up. I don't know what the UK is doing regarding how many...
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    I think if you go decently heavy on this exercise...

    I think if you go decently heavy on this exercise your arms will not come up high enough for this to be an issue, though I'm not a PT person and could be wrong.
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    I have been on this forum for >16 years and...

    I have been on this forum for >16 years and haven't come across this exercise once. Just tried it with bands and I like it a lot. I don't see any obvious downside to this exercise.
  • Could you loop it around the foot of your bed?...

    Could you loop it around the foot of your bed? That should provide enough resistance for a 1-legged leg curl if you are lying on the ground. You could also loop it around the back leg of a chair to...
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    More links: Everyone probably knows this...

    More links:

    Everyone probably knows this already but it appears China concealed a lot about COVID-19. Makes it hard to trust the data from there (most of us were already highly skeptical of the...
  • Yes, but the studies thus far are either...

    Yes, but the studies thus far are either methodologically quite flawed/suspect (the 2 Raoult studies), one RCT shows no benefit, the other RCT shows some benefit. Point being there is nothing out...
  • Good question. ReboundReps, sorry for getting...

    Good question. ReboundReps, sorry for getting this thread a bit off topic; if it bothers you let me know and I'll stop.

    Some PTs do not know what they are doing and come up with rather out there...
  • Do you have books, a stack of paper, or anything...

    Do you have books, a stack of paper, or anything else you can stand on? You can definitely try them slightly tip-toed if not. It's never really frowned upon to have knees go past the toes with squats...
  • I'm a physician and in several facebook groups...

    I'm a physician and in several facebook groups with physicians across the world regarding COVID-19 where we discuss the various treatments and what everyone is using. Lots of people are using it....
  • Got it. So it's kind of like Peterson step ups;...

    Got it. So it's kind of like Peterson step ups; those are known to preferentially act on the VMO so it make sense for you to feel it there. If you have any books you can use books instead of plates...
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    Oh without question most people do not use PPE...

    Oh without question most people do not use PPE correctly. I have had multiple people in my clinic put on gloves and then start using their phone. Each time I tell them anything they touched with...
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