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2018/03/10 21:01:19 (permalink)

Injured shoulder

Just started back in the gym after dislocating my shoulder in a motorcycle accident 9 months ago. Its still not right but i cant sit around any longer.
I've been doing really light weight and high rep super sets for all upper body movements. I.E. 25 x flat flys with 6kg dumb bells followed immediately with dumb bell bench to failure with 10kg bells for 6 sets. Then somthing similar for delts followed by triceps.
I know its piss poor weights but its all i can handle without server pain.
Any suggestions of suplements or peds to help?
Cheers guys.

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    Re: Injured shoulder 2018/03/12 08:39:27 (permalink)
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    All PED`s will do is mask the pain not cure it. But i do understand how frustrating it is when you want to train but cant because of  pain after an injury. Only advice i would give is be patient and carry on as you are, and if it hurts, dont do it. Anything is better than nothing imo.

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    Re: Injured shoulder 2018/04/04 16:27:34 (permalink)
    Get physical therapy and use that to train until healed. Otherwise you will just cause more injury and be out longer down the road.
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    Re: Injured shoulder 2018/04/20 07:52:17 (permalink)
    be patient and slowly slowly you'll climb out of this!If you use drugs deca is the best for recover bones and joints.
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    Re: Injured shoulder 2018/04/30 22:36:51 (permalink)
    Ianr, I feel your pain, I recently tore my supraspinatus in my right shoulder bench pressing. Doing PT once a week but have not been able to bench since it happened so I had to change my routine to ensure I stayed away from certain shoulder range of motions. Still able to get a solid work out just had to adjust until it either heals on its own or I have to get cut. At my age (50) surgery will probably be the only true fix....sorry but im not a doctor and what works for me doesn't mean it is good advice for you so I will refrain from giving any medical advice on speedy healing. As for as home care just stick to RICE.....Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. For compressing the shoulder, depending on the location it can be achieved but it's tricky and for elevation simply stay sitting up. 

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