fitoverforty wrote:ldematto wrote:Leg Raises 3 x 10 - holding both legs about 5-6 inches from floor, spread them (scissors?) and back, then back to start.
Hi Lu! Well, I'm glad you got some answers finally, and hopefully will not require any major surgery to repair. Take care of yourself! I'm glad you are still working out, and finding other ways to burn those pesky fat cells and calories away!ldematto wrote:Finally have some answers on my shoulder...Phew!! I think the bottom line is that it's a partial tear (good news) (#1) The doctor does not recommend surgery to repair the tear.
Miss you too, girl!! Hope everything is good in your world...I thought about what you wrote the other day..."your thoughts become your reality", that is so true, our attitude and thoughts about our life, our bodies, our relationships is SO important and if they are negative, most times we will not have any success or lasting happiness and kind of seal our own fate. So....keep your positive attitude and outlook on life Lu, because it is what will carry you through the obstacles that you face. It helps others too, when they read how you take something, that for most people would just put them on the sidelines, and you find the good in it and figure out how to go around it, over come it, and most of all not let it keep you from being the person you want to be. I have so much admiration and respect for you and your "never quit" attitude. It has helped me countless times to give myself a mental "kick in the butt" and get busy with my own workout, etc. So hang in there Lu! You have my support always.ldematto wrote:Have a great day! I miss you guys!
swanso5 wrote:wt lifters shoulder? that's a sweeping generalisation...it's doing wts with bad technique and an already flawed posture shoulder
swanso5 wrote:in other words, that list i gave you months ago
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