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    First let me say I compete in bench only, not...

    First let me say I compete in bench only, not full power meets. For the past two years, more out of necessity than design, I've been training more like a BB than powerlifter (Day 1 chest & triceps,...
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    I had a complete rupture of my pec tendon in...

    I had a complete rupture of my pec tendon in 2010. The easy way to tell for yourself if it is a complete tear or a partial tear is to try to do a push-up. If your pec is completely torn, the...
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    Just to make it clear, the 6 month time frame is...

    Just to make it clear, the 6 month time frame is 6 months from the date of surgery.
    At about the 9 month mark I set a new PR in the bench. So I would say about 9 months would be a good time frame...
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    Obviously, your doctor's directions should be...

    Obviously, your doctor's directions should be followed. But I can share my post-surgery experience. My surgeon told me that it would take 6 months until the anchor sites and the cartilage is fully...
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    I had a torn labrum and a torn rotator cuff...

    I had a torn labrum and a torn rotator cuff repair in 2005. The doctor also ground down about 1cm of my collar bone. After rehab and 6 month wait before using heavy weight, I was able to come...
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