I guess I hit the injury and genetic landmine,I’m 18 and after the first dislocation in football, it has come out in my sleep even though ive been seeing a phyiso and doing rotator cuff work
Even in machines it is difficult to brace/secure the body and drive. I found single-leg exercises most effective because I could use lighter loads.
I found that, Ive done everything single leg on machines, with 15 reps and 3-6 second negatives each rep. I also done single leg squats which have worked well.
Loading the plates was a pain for that matter, literally.
I set programs for my friends so i always train with people so i get them to load the leg press so happy days (Y)
Also, you won’t sleep comfortably for at least 2 months after surgery. Whatever you do, try not to fall. It will S U C K.[/quote]
sleeping is better now, Im at 3 weeks, and Im getting a good nights sleep now most nights. I havent fallen, but I have walked into a door frame which hurt more than my dislocation