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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/17 12:38:10 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby Ox 2017/11/17 14:08:35
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6 days in and only got pain in my left hip area. Going to bench tomorrow, and just do lots of pressing, and fluff. Hoping it's all healed by next week, and I can crack on again.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/17 13:23:43 (permalink)
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I’ve told you before, and I’m sure I’ve linked something, I’m sure your back is a QL issue, or possibly an Iliopsoas.

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Once it’s healed up, get a proper mobility plan in place. The way you injur yourself (just like me), mobility and movement and warm ups and cooldowns should be your main focus and actual lifting secondary.

We are no longer spring chickens, being able to move without pain is the main goals being able to lift without pain is even better! But it starts with preparing your body. Do it

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/17 13:36:57 (permalink)
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Thanks for that. I will be looking hard at loads of extra mobility, stretching drills. As you say, I'm 46 but feel like 86 at the moment. The injury is bang in that QL area, and it's gone there several times before.
 
Looking at training a lot more smarter after this.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/18 08:45:55 (permalink)
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Hi mate. Really hope Animal is right as it's muscular. If so then it can be fixed!
 
In the meantime I can only recommend stand as much as possible, pick up everything off the floor like you are performing a 1RM squat, and don't sit up of a bed/bench.... roll onto your side and lever yourself up.
 
Bit of rest and some stretches as mentioned should see you back in a good place mate.
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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 10:54:08 (permalink)
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Hi mate. Really hope Animal is right as it's muscular. If so then it can be fixed!
 
In the meantime I can only recommend stand as much as possible, pick up everything off the floor like you are performing a 1RM squat, and don't sit up of a bed/bench.... roll onto your side and lever yourself up.
 
Bit of rest and some stretches as mentioned should see you back in a good place mate.




I hope so too mate, still not good, although I did manage a bench session on Saturday.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 11:06:46 (permalink)
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The left-hand side of the QL area is still not good. I can move about, but there is a near constant pain and If I sit down for a while it really grumbles. I'll be looking at getting it checked out later in the week. I did manage a half decent pressing session on Saturday which was a relief.
 
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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 11:36:16 (permalink)
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Well done on getting some graft in while injured mate. Do get it looked at, it sucks being injured, need someone to diagnose the issue and put you on a path to fixing it.
 
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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 17:52:51 (permalink)
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Once you get looked at you can start to make inroads in to prevention and remedial work, solid session tho regardless

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 18:22:41 (permalink)
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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/20 18:54:14 (permalink)
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Keep moving as much as you can. If you’re watching tv or at your desk , get up every 15 minutes.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 09:28:13 (permalink)
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Who is it best to see a Chiropractor, or Physio??

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 10:01:29 (permalink)
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Chiros are crocks imo. They use manipulation, and has no basis on science (alternative bollox) and don’t actually fix the problem, they just mask the issue.

Physios use mobilisation, assess and pin point the cause and then give you the tools you need to self rehab it and correct it.

Don’t waste your money on a chiropractor. But also, you need to find a physio that understands sports specific injuries.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 11:39:42 (permalink)
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Roger that. There's one just down the road from my house. I'll book in when I get paid.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 12:36:39 (permalink)
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Still bad then mate? Any improvement?
 
Back injuries IMO are some of the slowest to heal, as you use it constantly.
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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 13:07:55 (permalink)
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Still bad then mate? Any improvement?
 
Back injuries IMO are some of the slowest to heal, as you use it constantly.




Not really mate, unless I keep moving and then there's some relief. It's mostly concentrated in one zone, but there is the occassional pulse of sciatica down my right hip. It's all very depressing tbh. I just want to lift.
 
I'm just glad I can Bench, and do some fluff.
 
Did a hard 10km on the bike at home last night which relieved some frustration.

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/21 13:10:43 (permalink)☄ Helpfulby On The Flop 2017/11/23 15:53:59
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Good effort getting the work in injured!

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/23 16:00:18 (permalink)
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What a ****ing idiot, helped move a few boxes from a container and it's strained my lower back again. Unbelieveable. It's not raging in pain but feeling it now. Hopefully just a little grumble, and nothing more will come of it.
 
A very hard 10km on the bike last night, god damned machine is a soul destroyer. Onwards though, signing up for World War Run next year in support of the Royal British Legion, and Commenwealth War Commision. It's going to be 10 miles of absolute pain/fun. I'll use it as training for the Fan Dance the following year.
 
Going to do some pressing tonight, and just lots of reps at light weights for a decent pump. I won't over do it, and risk further problems with the back.
 
Asolutely nuts at work so input to a minimum, will catch up when I can x

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/23 16:40:57 (permalink)
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One thing to keep in mind.... a lot of cycling is working a lot of hip muscles and that is likely where your problems are bedded in

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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/23 17:17:19 (permalink)
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One thing to keep in mind.... a lot of cycling is working a lot of hip muscles and that is likely where your problems are bedded in




Surprisingly it feels fairly ok, I'm not belting it, just lots of resistance.
 
I'm sacking the gym off tonight, my back has started to throb, and is sore.
 
I'm feeling quite dispondent atm if I'm honest.
 


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Re: Operation Recomp - Part Deux 2017/11/23 17:22:40 (permalink)
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