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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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    no but Badger and Blade probably does or...

    no but Badger and Blade probably does or thousands of posts to describe (argue) about it. just let the razor do the work, no extra pressure on your part.
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    If you use a more modern shave head you can still...

    If you use a more modern shave head you can still improve your shave by using shaving soap and a brush, it really sets you up for a nice shave. My son hasn't joined the dark side of DE shaving but...
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    do sprint training. There is a lot information...

    do sprint training. There is a lot information on skill, plyometric, lifting, and general sprint training out there. You can look on Stack, USATF, and other sites for information on sprint...
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    Sprains can take nearly as long as a break to...

    Sprains can take nearly as long as a break to heal. If he said up to 6 weeks then be prepared for that. You might be able to start lifting before you can make a comfortable closed fist. Lift when...
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    give it time - you need to wait for the swelling...

    give it time - you need to wait for the swelling to go down. You can try packing it in ice periodically and then slowing working it through it's range of motion. I wouldn't lift with it until it's...
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    midnight navy idiot - look it up. Brooks is about...

    midnight navy idiot - look it up. Brooks is about the only decent one at a lower price point. Glad to see your ignorance on display.
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    Afternoon wedding? Then a blue blazer with gray...

    Afternoon wedding? Then a blue blazer with gray or British Tan trousers would be fine (as long as they're wool and not chinos). A Black Suit? They're fine for the trash bin, not for wearing to any...
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    lying triceps extensions (easier on elbow's than...

    lying triceps extensions (easier on elbow's than skullcrushers) and close grip bench as a finisher on BP
  • see an orthopedic surgeon who works with athletes...

    see an orthopedic surgeon who works with athletes (pro sports team doctor) to perform the diagnosis and then work on the treatment plan he/she recommends, most likely working with a PT. Shoulder is a...
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    work on getting your shoulder fixed (aka...

    work on getting your shoulder fixed (aka Orthopedic Surgeon). If your shoulder is injured, almost any load (deadlift, SSB squat, trap bar) on it is going to further injure it. You could try belt...
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    Go see an Orthopedic Surgeon first to get a...

    Go see an Orthopedic Surgeon first to get a proper diagnosis. Then let him direct the PT in what your issue is so that the PT can work on the fix. When choosing your PT and Orthopedic Surgeon find...
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    Orthopedic Surgeon. He/she will diagnose and...

    Orthopedic Surgeon. He/she will diagnose and then direct you to a PT if the issue can be fixed without surgery
  • Russia and then head south to Krasnodar. From...

    Russia and then head south to Krasnodar. From there, go west to the coast and then head south along the coast. Spend some time in Ultrish. You could then continue down to Sochi. Then take a flight up...
  • Success is never guaranteed in any medical...

    Success is never guaranteed in any medical procedure. I had trigger release surgery on my thumb that turned into a staph infection, 3 more surgeries, a pic line installed to deliver antibiotics...
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