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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    Definitely a hard lesson learned and I am wary of getting those shots myself, even with my old knees and elbows screaming.
    Yeah, I agree the shots are not a good solution, I've had two, one many years ago in the right elbow which actually worked and I never had any trouble with the right elbow again, the left one, not such great results.

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    Good to hear you are getting back to normal. Now just don't go re injuring yourself sears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleOvertime View Post
    Good to hear you are getting back to normal. Now just don't go re injuring yourself sears.
    No kidding, this injury crap really sucks! I'm doing all I know to do to avoid that, but shit happens sometimes..

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    I'm so damn happy right now I can hardly contain myself!

    I worked with my trainer today and he had me do some lifts to see how much strength I had back. I would start with a weight I knew I could handle with 12 reps, depending on how difficult or easy that was, we would increase the weight at 10 or 20 or what ever seemed right for 8 reps. Assuming that went OK, increase again for 4 reps, the keep increasing and sticking with 4 reps until I couldn't do the lift cleanly. We did bench press, shoulder press, overhead pull downs, bicep curls and triceps push downs.

    The great thing is that I'm actually even with or even a little stronger now than I was just prior to the injury on Dec 24! I couldn't believe it, Mark was even shocked when I was able to push the bench press with more than I could before.

    All I can say is Mark really nailed it in helping me get it all back, at first I was discouraged because he was having me lift such light weights and high reps, but I have to admit, he was right on the money in how he had me work on the recovery.

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    Awesome news

    Ease back into the training and keep getting better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego View Post
    Awesome news

    Ease back into the training and keep getting better!
    I'm doing that, three days a week and I don't push too hard. Today, was to see how far I had come and I could not be happier! No pain and just feeling good!

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