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post #2691 of 5149 (permalink) Old 10-25-2012, 04:18 AM
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Joint. I think. It doesn't seem to worry me when I have my arms at my side but only feels uncomfortable when I raise my arm past my shoulder. Feels different than a mere torn muscle.

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raising your arm in which way? flexion or abduction?


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Flexion. Exercises that require a pulling type motion I'm okay with it's pushing type motions that make my shoulder uncomfortable.

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If its joint, could be your AC joint, if muscle it could be your rotator cuff. Obviously i can't say for certain, ice it and rest it for a few days. If its still bad then get it checked by a physio.


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Yeah sounds like good advice, icing it up now. I'll just take chest and shoulders out of my routine and concentrate on back, legs etc instead

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Do you train for powerlifting or anything else? Sounds like you put your hands in a bad angle and jerking the weights tbh, like going from straight hold to bending the weights (meh sry, english is my 3rd language and I can't explain it well at all, hope you get the jist) and not going up and using full body force and moving the weights recklessy. Had this problem a few years ago several times too until I got proper form, but I only train for looks so I only do exercises as long as I can maintain a near perfect form.

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Btw does anyone remind Ziggler of a slightly fatter, less alpha Greg Plitt? I dunno what it is, but Greg and Dolph have a similar style. Random post is random, but just watching WWE ME, Zigglers presentation and voice sounds a lot like Plitt lol, except less alpha of course. Sorry for doublepost.
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Sorry to change topic, but yeah.
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Not treating this thread like a substitute for medical advice, but quick question guys:

My right hip had been sore while running for a couple of weeks - nothing serious, just a mild aching but over the last few days it`s gotten increasingly painful. I can`t lay on that side in bed without pain and pushing on joint hurts. This afternoon, I`m noticing it when I walk, especially getting up from sitting. Does this sound like bursitis?

I run approx. 60 80k a week (vary the distance and also speed from easy to race pace, one day rest weekly). I`m coming off a moderate left ankle injury whereby I`ve been instructed to run in my ankle brace, which I hate doing since it limits my mobility and, thus, alters my gait and has me hitting the ground harder with my right leg. I`m thinking this is the culprit, if I am developing bursitis. I haven`t made any changes to my strength training or any other activity.
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Not treating this thread like a substitute for medical advice, but quick question guys:

My right hip had been sore while running for a couple of weeks - nothing serious, just a mild aching but over the last few days it`s gotten increasingly painful. I can`t lay on that side in bed without pain and pushing on joint hurts. This afternoon, I`m noticing it when I walk, especially getting up from sitting. Does this sound like bursitis?

I run approx. 60 80k a week (vary the distance and also speed from easy to race pace, one day rest weekly). I`m coming off a moderate left ankle injury whereby I`ve been instructed to run in my ankle brace, which I hate doing since it limits my mobility and, thus, alters my gait and has me hitting the ground harder with my right leg. I`m thinking this is the culprit, if I am developing bursitis. I haven`t made any changes to my strength training or any other activity.
It sounds to me like you are over-training considering you have a a left ankle injury. Since you are over compensating on your right side for your left ankle injury, that would explain your right hip injury. My advice would be just to take it easy. And of course, see a doctor, he will probably get you to see a specialist, no point running (no pun intended) on assumptions.

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