I posted a question, maybe around a month ago and recieved two responces,thanks to you two that did respond. On reflection, my question was very no-specific...
To put it briefly, I was asking about getting back to the gym after recent back surgery ( I was totally paranoid )L4-L5 disc and looking for some insight about the safest way to approach it. The answers I got back, were to get into the gym and take it seriously and stop sitting around talking about it. Exelent advise!
Well, I did and the talk has stopped, and even though it's only been about a month or so there is definate imropovement.
NOW a new question, I have more or less every body part covered, the weights are'nt great at the moment, but the reps are high. My shoulders are the problem, my PT'S ( both I would say are pretty serious lifters themselves )have told me "UNDER NO SURCUMSTANCE" am I to lift above my head.Which leaves my shoulder workout limited, they consist of:
*side lteral raises (incline)
* and Incline dumbbell Press ( which I'm not really comfortable with the latter of the three) and swimming.
I've tried wide and reverse cable pull downs thinking they may be of some use, but I'm not sure if they're of any benifit.(?) Is there anyone who can come up with some new ,safe shoulder exersizes or variations of what I'm already doing. any help will be appreciated. I dont want to workout ,be happy with my physique, but have Don Knott's shoulders. Cheers fella's