The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Senior Member MC Eiht's Avatar
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    problems with left shoulder

    I was in an auto accident about 3 years ago and my left shoulder was injury. I did therapy, medication, and the whole nine. When I got back into lifting, everything was fine. For about the last year or so, my left shoulder has been bothering me. No matter how much I drop the weight, my left should fatigues way faster than my right. That happens when I do dumbbell exercises mostly. I'm concerned it will feel like this forever. What should I do? I definately don't want to stop lifting just because of a naggin' injury.

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    Motors, Music & Muscle HemiVision's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MC Eiht
    I was in an auto accident about 3 years ago and my left shoulder was injury. I did therapy, medication, and the whole nine. When I got back into lifting, everything was fine. For about the last year or so, my left shoulder has been bothering me. No matter how much I drop the weight, my left should fatigues way faster than my right. That happens when I do dumbbell exercises mostly. I'm concerned it will feel like this forever. What should I do? I definately don't want to stop lifting just because of a naggin' injury.
    Are you feeling pain or is it just a fatigue problem? I'd suggest talking to your doctor about the possibility of nerve damage. The muscle may be fine, but if your nerves can't properly send signals to it you'll see the kind of performance loss you talk about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HemiVision
    Are you feeling pain or is it just a fatigue problem? I'd suggest talking to your doctor about the possibility of nerve damage. The muscle may be fine, but if your nerves can't properly send signals to it you'll see the kind of performance loss you talk about.
    True. Talk to your doctor about it. Don't screw around with your shoulders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HemiVision
    Are you feeling pain or is it just a fatigue problem? I'd suggest talking to your doctor about the possibility of nerve damage. The muscle may be fine, but if your nerves can't properly send signals to it you'll see the kind of performance loss you talk about.
    It's a fatigue problem.

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