Discussion in 'Kenpo / Kempo - General' started by DocWard, Jan 26, 2019.
Yeah, no offense, but I think I will take it up with my doctor and a physical therapist.
Ah, drowning is demonized by the mainstream media. It's just water's way of getting closer.
yea do that and you'll find yourself doing exercises to improve mobility that causes discomfort,as it's that or surgery and that, it's not a surprise that using full range of motion is unpleasant if it's been years since you have done so,
the original injury will have long since healed , the issue now is lack of circulations and wasted muscles, there's only one thing worse for a joint than moving it and that not moving it
I expect discomfort. I can deal with discomfort. Heck, I can deal with pain. I've dealt with my fair share over the years. If my doctor and a PT say that the sensations I am experiencing now are also normal during rehab, I'll let you know. I have a suspicion they are not. But, heck, what do I know?
For most shoulder injuries, swimming is one of the worst things for you.
I’ve been an athletic trainer (sports medicine) going on 18 years now. It’s good at the tail-end of rehab and for maintenance, but IMO that’s about it.
Freestyle, backstroke and butterfly more so than other strokes. Then again, what’s really left?
Oh, and thanks for the insight.
Or swimming like The Man From Atlantis.
Patrick Duffy aka Bobby Ewing! a blast from the past!
Breast stroke !
Aha, you beat me to it!
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