Told me it was going to be a minor fix prior
Next thing I know in the post op he's like "Yeah turns out it was a lot more damaged than we thought it was gonna be. But don't worry, it'll feel like new in 6 months!"
3 1/2 years later I'm still waiting
To be fair though, should've expected that it was bad. Most people when they tear their meniscus can often continue to compete and lift for quite some time, even up to the day of their surgery. I put any weight on it or if my knee twisted the slightest it was enough to put me on the ground.
Making me really want to treat mine right now haha
Lol you should be fine. TRUST ME, you'll know when it's bad lol
Also, I think it got so bad because I tore it on a Monday pretty bad, but continued playing until the last few bits of the game on Friday where I was cut several times by a Tight End.
I used to use way to much quad and no posterior chain when squatting , that's what caused whatever little damage I have rn
right, gotta rest shit
when I fucked up my foot, I nursed the hell out of it for like a month
now I'm kicking harder than before with it :)
don't kick metal poles
I'll stick to getting my tongue frozen on them lol
the real suomi
I think I have lowbar down now. 4 weeks of 10x10 really helped. Pulled 455 sumo the other day so might make the switch (gasp) idk yet
Lots of volume lol
Damn wtf at those reps
Cardio for days
For a powerliftwr I do volume blocks so I don’t have to run
Or run as much*. Slowly building back down to strength. Hoping this helps me finally break 500 squat
Powerwalking crew checking in
If you're pushing those numbers you're doing something right obviously.
Thanks, next week I go to 5x10. Hoping to run that to 365 then deload and hit some strength blocks
>tfw want to lift heavy but also be cut
I eagerly await bulk season
I have a good copypasta
This cold snap were having is killing my gym time.
Garage gym and 35 degrees=gym cucking
-5 Aryan points for me
Take cold showers and build cold tolerance
literaly just go outside in the cold more
and wear relatively warm enough clothes
you'll find once you get started, you'll be wanting to take layers off instead
Ya I start every workout in 3 layers, hoodie over sweatshirt over shirt. Then sweats over shorts. After two warmups I’m gtg. I walk to my gym tho