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Training / Re: Partial Thickness supraspinatus tear.
« Last post by mjtuf1 on Today at 11:20:53 AM »
Thanx bro.

Just concerned cause its been going on such a long time now (5 months)

The mri said partial high grade... The doctor said good news is labrum and ac joint is healthy.. She said your shoulder tendon is a bit roughed up for a 30 y/o but she just saud monitor it.

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Training / Re: Partial Thickness supraspinatus tear.
« Last post by bctuthill on Today at 09:02:08 AM »
You'll get back to 100%.  Most likely the tear was the result of an imbalance in strength and now that you'll be focusing on developing it you'll come out stronger in the long run.  Maybe you should try deep tissue laser therapy if available near you: https://www.litecure.com/medical/2015/04/5-things-you-should-know-about-deep-tissue-laser-therapy/

Might help you recover faster.

Good luck!
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Training / Partial Thickness supraspinatus tear.
« Last post by mjtuf1 on Today at 07:58:26 AM »
I made a few posts about shoulder issues, and have finally gotten an MRI, and am posting this so maybe if someone else experienced this they can tell me what their outcome was.. 30 y/o male.

Weight lifter 10+ years, NEVER had shoulder issues, until it started 5 months ago.. Have been doing some rehab work, not lifting heavy anymore. Went for an MRI, and it revealed partial thickness supraspinatus tear. Doctor doesn't want to do surgery, was very laid back about it, and said it can go either way. She said I can continue to lift but go light, and monitor it. She said it can heal or it can get worse so to go easy on weights and monitor it.

Pain wise the shoulder has progressed but isn't 100% still. just concerned because I don't know if I'll ever get back to 100%.

Doctor said tear is in such a small area it wouldn't be practical to operate in it, and she may not be able to find the tear to fix.
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Journals and Logs / Re: Search for my old belt, recomp for all. Wis3guy
« Last post by Wis3guy on Yesterday at 02:22:35 PM »
Smoothie:
Water
Cinnamon
MTS ice cream sandwich protein powder
Spinach
Zucchini
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This looks interesting, thanks for the post.
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Journals and Logs / Re: Search for my old belt, recomp for all. Wis3guy
« Last post by Wis3guy on Yesterday at 04:54:31 AM »
Asylum: back to core.
Not in order as I want to do recovery tomorrow so I am not as burned out for class at night.
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https://iconicformulations.com/collections/products/products/endoamp-max-caps-90-count

That's 800mg of PhosphatidylSerine (1.14g 70%) + 600mg Alpha GPC (50%) per serving (3 caps)

Really like that this is offered in caps!  I've been using this and like to spread the dosing into 3 servings on off days, and then 3 caps before workout on training days.



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Journals and Logs / Re: Search for my old belt, recomp for all. Wis3guy
« Last post by Wis3guy on May 21, 2019, 10:32:26 AM »
Smoothie:
water
cinnamon
spinach
zucchini
Ice Cream Sandwich MTS protein powder
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Journals and Logs / Re: Search for my old belt, recomp for all. Wis3guy
« Last post by Wis3guy on May 21, 2019, 05:19:32 AM »
Oops, yesterday was Asylum:
Today Asylum: strength.  Used heavier Dumbbells and suffered wonderfully for it.😂😂
I am still having fun just running through the DVD workouts I have.  So I guess I will continue that.
Also closing in on 100 pages of logging.  Pretty interesting to see the changes and similarities throughout what I do.  Raining today so probably no walk with the puppers.
Hope anyone still here is getting ready to have a great weekend!!!!!!!
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Journals and Logs / Re: Search for my old belt, recomp for all. Wis3guy
« Last post by Wis3guy on May 20, 2019, 06:40:09 AM »
Insanity: Max plyometrics

Walked the puppy for 2 miles.
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