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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    nop

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      yep

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    haha yes

    I'm 32 and I've had two labrum surgeries in the same shoulder. If you are young and have hurt it then get it repaired ASAP. Find a sport doctor, preferably one that works directly with a baseball team. Even if you don't have a SLAP tear, tell your surgeon that you want a biceps tenodesis

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      what were your symptoms before getting surgery?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Dislocation and instability. long head biceps tendonitis

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >he went to surgery instead of training it
          Anyone dumb enough thinking that scalpel and needle can fixup tears in joints deserved it

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm 32 and going for my first one later this year. So many years of bullshit

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You'll be happy you did it. Only the first month after the surgery is difficult. I was able to start lifting again (lightly) three months after my second surgery, which was a biceps tenodesis to fix a SLAP tear

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I tore my shoulder labrum when I was 17 after falling doing hand stand push ups.
    I thought it was just tendonitis and dealt with it.
    When I was 35 the doctor told me it was a torn labrum. 41 now and I def feel limited but I hear the surgery is like effective for only 15% of cases.

    Anyone here have full recovery after surgery?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I got the surgery and I've already torn it again. Got the surgery in late 2020 and it really hasnt fixed shit. If you do any kind of sport thats intensive on your shoulders you're going to tear it again. I've just accepted it and now I do a mountain of rehab and prehab shit. It's really not so bad since the more I do this stuff the more the pain goes away and the more my back looks like a topography map.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you are as functional as you would like to be and the pain is tolerable, DO NOT get surgery.

      A surgeon will always recommend surgery (hammers always looking for a nail etc..) but you have to be sure that the surgery is going to solve a problem that you really need solved. If you've gone 25 years with it and didn't think you needed surgery before you probably don't want to do it now.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Ah right on. Thanks man. Yeah I am fine. I can't grind out the push ups like I once did...
        before I bench I put on that kinesiology tape before I bench and do uptight rows for the delts and there's no pain.

        Sucks I can't throw a punch like before but as long as I can work out I'm happy.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I usually get pain in my shoulder almost every time I hit the bag heavy and it gets less each time I work on it with stiff arm rehab shit.

          Am I an absolute God for it feeling 100% soon after every time, have God tier technique for being able to throw it out, ass tier for throwing it out all the time, or just weak ligaments?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I bet your shoulders are really strong and durable but the real thing is you are so strong musculature wise that no material known to man would be able to stop the force of you hitting your bag. The sheer torque generated could probably be studied for a new groundbreaking diesel engine. I have never heard of anything so shocking in my life. The fact that anyone can have such a problem but to this degree is not something petty modern science could ever have a cure for. I doubt that anything but the material your body is made of could remedy it nor would I suggest it because even carbon fiber rotator cuffs would be a downgrade.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I got the surgery and I've already torn it again. Got the surgery in late 2020 and it really hasnt fixed shit. If you do any kind of sport thats intensive on your shoulders you're going to tear it again. I've just accepted it and now I do a mountain of rehab and prehab shit. It's really not so bad since the more I do this stuff the more the pain goes away and the more my back looks like a topography map.

      If you are as functional as you would like to be and the pain is tolerable, DO NOT get surgery.

      A surgeon will always recommend surgery (hammers always looking for a nail etc..) but you have to be sure that the surgery is going to solve a problem that you really need solved. If you've gone 25 years with it and didn't think you needed surgery before you probably don't want to do it now.

      I've also heard that since your ligaments and such tighten with age, it's less necessary as time goes on. If you've gone this long without it with no problems it might not be worth it. I'm

      I'm 32 and going for my first one later this year. So many years of bullshit

      And I'm just tired of dislocating my should once a year. Although I have the bone divot in the ball part of my shoulder as well as the labrum tear.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Mine slides in and out of place at least a couple times a year. Usually coincides with me not doing the prehab/rehab stuff I need to. I don't really think its that big of an issue, as I just take a few weeks and get back to it. Part of it for me is just being a weak scrawny shit trying to do hard grappling sports (judo) and getting stuck against heavyweights or moronic spazzes who frick my shit up.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        been diagnosed with a minor slap tear (and shoulder instability) on one of my shoulders
        it'll throw itself at random, even when I grab a door knob; threw my other shoulder out from physically throwing something too hard, yet to get that checked out, idk wtf is going on with my shoulders, weak or something, I dont get enough calcium in my diet thru milk
        i'm reconsidering getting surgery, even though my ortho was also expressed ambivalence about getting a surgery for something minor that might cause more issues and may permanently limited my shoulder range of motion
        but I can't even throw a punch just like without my shoulder skating around
        shoulder instability is also a b***h, and in gneral, I can physically feel my shoulders are so unstable
        been trying to stick to prehab, struggle to be consistent, lot of shit going on in my life
        share your input

        I keep a gun next to my bench to immediately kill myself if i ever tear that thing again

        post-op or what?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          It happened almost five years ago now and I've actually been lucky enough and haven't had any complications... yet...

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      My surgeon told me I was gonna recover 100%. The recovery was a pain in the ass though. I wasn't allowed to rotate my arm for 3 months. Try sleeping with your hand in the air for that long. Then it took 6 months of recovery and it still felt really fragile. It's improved a lot since, because I did a lot of elbow rotations.

      All in all it felt like I was walking on a tightrope for almost 2 years. 1 mundane movement could undo all of it at any time. I still have a slight pain during chest excercises and my mobility is worse but I'm just happy I can lift at all still. My gains are limited by my joints though, too much weight and it feels like my shoulder is gonna pop.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do you even get this shit.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      When I turned 30 I decided I wanted to be a god. Went EVERY DAY to the gym, bench went from 135 to 260 in a matter of months. No roids but every supplement I could take and all the calories. I'd bench 3 times a week heavy, and if I was on something good that day, even on a pull or leg day, I'd fricking blow out a set or two of two plates because it made me happy. Bi-lateral anterior glenoid labral tears. Three surgeries in and it still hurts but I can lift again. Before the surgeries it felt like someone was stabbing me every time I benched. Now it just hurts a bit and clicks when I walk.

      tl;dr you lift way too much and don't give your non-muscles time to recover. Please be careful and take it slow

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I keep a gun next to my bench to immediately kill myself if i ever tear that thing again

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think I've had a minor shoulder labrum tear for 8 years. Large clunky cracks when I rotate my arm, general soreness in the glenoid/humerus socket, pain sometimes radiates down into my bicep.

    Labral tear or rotator cuff tear?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Get a buddy to do this for you
      https://www.physio-pedia.com/O%27Briens_Test

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >mfw i've literally been doing multiple shoulder rotations/face pulls on multiple days for YEARS now

    sorry, i don't know how that feels because i don't have dainty b***h shoulders while coping about my bullshit half-ROM bench press reps by incorrectly telling others that "IT ADDS TENSION TO THE CHEST BRO AND GOING ALL THE WAY DOWN IS BAD FOR YOUR SHOULDERS BRO".

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    my left shoulder is so fricked. i stopped all lifting 2 weeks ago to completely focus on rehab but i have seen no improvement. i suspect it's an impingement but really it could be anything. doctors are no help. makes me wanna rope

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The funny thing is people do dbs to replace bb which agitates them trying to 1rm and the only reason they don't do 1rm on dbs is because anything below your 5rm on dbs is gonna rip your shoulder to shreds.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know what I did, but I went to do bench the other day and my right shoulder was super wobbly. Almost dropped my warm up weight, could barely get it up. I was throwing my kids up into the air over and over again on new years, but I never felt any pain. Hope this isn’t some kind of tear.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why don't people ever do a bench press but to the side? Or a row in front of the body? Stiff arm triceps kickbacks? Put a ladder in front of a pull up bar to put your legs on and do lateral raises at a 90 degree angle? Really heavy weight on the chest rather than behind or above the head for serratus and upper abs?

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