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    see an Orthopedic Surgeon or visit an Orthopedic...

    see an Orthopedic Surgeon or visit an Orthopedic Urgent Care facility and get it checked out
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    You're describing (somewhat) German Volume...

    You're describing (somewhat) German Volume Training (GVT). It can be useful in measured amounts (6 weeks) as a hypertrophy "kicker". It probably won't improve your 1RM but with increased size it...
  • See an Orthopedic Surgeon who works with athletes...

    See an Orthopedic Surgeon who works with athletes (i.e a pro sports team doctor)
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    rename your rest days as "active rest". So,...

    rename your rest days as "active rest". So, skills work, pickup basketball, ride a bike, play some volleyball, etc. You can also do GPP work (be sensible), body movement, and possibly some directed...
  • WTF are you doing in the Airport - you need to be...

    WTF are you doing in the Airport - you need to be at the Nana Hotel with a line of Nana Plaza bar girls lined up for horizontal refreshments
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    Numbers are OK. What is vastly more important is...

    Numbers are OK. What is vastly more important is that you follow a well developed program and execute every lift with good form.
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    Your Orthopedic Surgeon will have given you post-op instructions and probably a business card for his surgical assistant. Call him.
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    I had my heart attack when I was 48, I'm 60 now. ...

    I had my heart attack when I was 48, I'm 60 now. I've had a couple of stents put in and have had periodic stress test since but my heart still seams to be OK. You don't need to do a 1rep max...
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    do some stretching after you work out and...

    do some stretching after you work out and myofascial release. Forearms, wrists, and hands can get sore and stiff lifting heavy and you need to actively work them out to keep them flexible.
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    it could be. remember, the point of surgery...

    it could be. remember, the point of surgery (besides fixing it) was to tighten up the loose joint. Well, it's tight now and so your PT is to loosen the joint up (increasing ROM) and the strengthen...
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    ^^^^ this dynamic warm-up with static...

    ^^^^ this

    dynamic warm-up with static stretches after workout. static stretching before your workout can reduce performance but that might be preferable to an injury because you pushed a tight...
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    Listen to your doc. Work on shoulders, he's...

    Listen to your doc. Work on shoulders, he's recommending volume which is a pretty good idea. Do shoulder work as your first list for upper body. You can probably still do bench but do it as a 3rd...
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    Go to Vanguard and open two accounts, one...

    Go to Vanguard and open two accounts, one taxable, one IRA (regular or Roth). In the taxable purchase $1000 of the STAR fund, in the IRA $1000 in one of the Target Retirement date funds (pick the...
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    My son had a subluxation towards the end of his...

    My son had a subluxation towards the end of his sophomore year in HS. It was decided at the time to rehab it (Orthopedic surgeon was a MLB team doc). Rehab went well and he was cleared for football....
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    If you have the surgery, it will be fixed. If...

    If you have the surgery, it will be fixed. If you don't it won't. It won't heal on it's own. You should use the search function. There is a 130pg discussion on labrum surgery recovery and...
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    it's a finger. just work on moving it, move it...

    it's a finger. just work on moving it, move it slowly. Move it until you have some discomfort (not killer shooting pain). Once it moves better you can try giving it some resistance (isometrics). ...
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    Most athletes, who all work on their posterior...

    Most athletes, who all work on their posterior chain because it's fundamental to every sport, do most of their lifting with free weights and not machines. They do not try to "isolate" specific muscle...
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    Don't worry about how long it will last. Worry...

    Don't worry about how long it will last. Worry about getting some improvement in movement. You can ice (for pain and swelling). You can do a hot/cold cycle (heat then ice or ice then heat)...
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    Nope - no chance at all Things to do 1)...

    Nope - no chance at all

    Things to do
    1) search this forum - this topic has been discussed ad nauseam.
    2) Get on a proper strength training program (hint: curls aren't part of it) for football. ...
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    do some reading on how to run. You should also...

    do some reading on how to run. You should also spend some time in the weight room. A couple of things come to mind (after being looked at by a doctor to rule out a stress fracture);
    1) foam roll...
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