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Lifting rehab


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    Lifting rehab

    How important is rehab with weights? I dont want to get an injury again. But I know strengthening the area is important.

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    Re: Lifting rehab

    More specific PLEASE
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    Re: Lifting rehab

    Quote Quote posted by dutchmaster2 View Post
    How important is rehab with weights? I dont want to get an injury again. But I know strengthening the area is important.
    Very. Next.

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    Re: Lifting rehab

    What is it that you've injured? How bad is it?

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    Re: Lifting rehab

    weight lifters have tremendous imbalances.. the main problem with weight training is that we will strengthen our stronger areas and ignore our weak areas by weight training

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    Re: Lifting rehab

    This is going to be a case by case situation.

    My advice is to hire a good sports therapist and do whatever they tell you

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    Re: Lifting rehab

    It depends on the injury but you always want to be on the side of caution.



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