A couple of months ago, I had a minor little lifting accident while I was trying to determine my maximum
BP. Lets just say I now know EXACTLY how much is too much. For the record, I made 235, and missed 240. Of course, its signifigantly lower now.
Basically, I missed the lift, just couldnt get it - my spotter got a little excited and when he rushed into save me, he pushed the bar horizontilly towards my waist. We got the weight up, and everything was fine for about an hour till my shoulder started to stiffen up. Ive had signifigant pain in the front of my shoulder muscle since then, even if Im not using it.
Anyway, after 12 weeks of no lifting at all, I still have difficulty pressing any kind of weight at all. I can "maybe" bench 100 lbs and then it aches for 3 or 4 days. Any more than that is just impossible.
My ex - Dr was especially useless as a resource. His diagnosis was to roll his eyes when I told him how I hurt myself and told me he would look at it in a couple of weeks if it didnt get better.
Well, Im clearly not dropping another co-pay so that he can be a wiseass, and I havent bothered to pick a new doctor yet, I was wondering if anyone here had any idea just what Ive managed to do to myself?