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Lifting around injuries


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    Lifting around injuries

    Would you guys recommend lifting around a shoulder injury if itís not risking anything ? Like leg press machine etc?

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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    If it doesn't involve the shoulder joint- sure.

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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    I always still train when I have an injury. You just work around the injury and give it ample time to heal before stressing it again.
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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    Just don't stress too much on the point where the injury has happen.

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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    injuries need to be nursed or they will get worse

    the problem is younger guys always assume they can get hurt and push through injuries because it worked for them all their life so far.. once you get into your 30's and 40's especially you push through injuries you end up making it worse
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    Re: Lifting around injuries

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    Would you guys recommend lifting around a shoulder injury if itís not risking anything ? Like leg press machine etc?
    Nothing wrong with lifting around injuries. That's kinda what you're supposed to do. Just dont aggravate the injury
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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    Do core and legs mainly. rehab the shoulder injury...

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    Re: Lifting around injuries

    Sure I do it all the time.

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