Posted On:6/16/2009 11:13am
I get severe soreness every time I do a heavy squat workout(heavy for me). It's not just a normal soreness indicating that I had a good workout, the pain is so extreme that even getting out of bed is excruciating. This is really annoying since I cant train for another week because I cant even get out of the house without a car(I usually walk to the gym).
Is there any thing I can do to reduce the soreness?
Posted On:6/16/2009 11:34am
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Posted On:6/16/2009 11:35am
Style: StrikeyGrappling & WW2-fu
Try BW. Weights are bad.
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Posted On:6/16/2009 11:55am
I'll assume your being sarcastic. The fact is that I AM stuck on goddamn body weight because otherwise I cant do aerobic excercise(running), I can walk up the stairs, hell I cant even do chin ups, AND I CANT SPAR!
Last edited by FLMKane; 6/16/2009 11:57am at .
Posted On:6/16/2009 12:20pm
Style: punching bag / crew jitsu
ask a doctor, maybe?
Posted On:6/16/2009 1:12pm
Where is the pain specifically? I was diagnosed a couple of months ago with herniated disks, which can cause some wonderfully brutal pain. Look up sciatica and herniated disks and see if the descriptions match what you have. If so, you might want to get yourself to an orthopaedic, but you'll probably want to see a doctor of some sort, either way.
Posted On:6/16/2009 10:17pm
I think you got a femoral hernia. Go get it looked at.
Posted On:6/18/2009 8:24am
Sorry for the late response.
No way it's femoral hernia, but I went to a good doctor (cost me a hell of a lot of money).
The whole thing might be due to the fact that I dont have access to a squat rack. I have to clean the weight right off the floor, shoulder it, squat and then press it up and put it down. Sounds like a lot of work for my shoulders, BUT even though I'm using less than optimal weight, the extra work for my legs tends to screw them. So it's all down to crappy technique. I'll probably have less of a hard time with dumbell squats so I'll try them out.
Posted On:6/18/2009 8:32am
Just out of curiosity, could you have bought a squat rack for the cost of going to the doctor?
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Posted On:6/18/2009 9:49am
Dude, you've made three posts in this thread and you still haven't told us the first thing about what's going on.
Originally Posted by Cayvmann
Where is the pain specifically?
Or maybe you did answer this question, and I just didn't see it. So indulge me and answer it again.
Originally Posted by Emevas
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