stud you and I have talked a little about bpc-157 a while back. I love it for injuries like the tennis elbow pain ones gets from too many hammer curls. This peptide needs to be injected as close to the injury as possible so a rotorcuff could be to deep to get this peptide close enough.
I am also not sure it would help a tear it is more for carpal tunnel type of pain.
It is cheap enough and has no neg sides I’ve ever experiences might be worth a try post surgery.
Peptides that are specifically for increased healing response. Tb-500 has been given to race horses for a long time. You can find human trials and studies on both. Lots of anti-aging clinics are prescribing bpc-157. I personally have no experience with either. Just read about them.
You got muscle memory on your side. Get healed and you can get those gains back fast. I can’t think of a better month than January to have surgery if one has to go under the knife. The bass aren’t biting the golf courses are to dry and bouncy football season is almost over.
Doc, what are you thoughts about me doing cardio during my recovery time? One armed workouts may prove difficult but I’m sure I can do something. I also plan on at least doing leg workouts on the machines since I can’t really load plates.
One arm DB fly/BP (if you’re shoulder can take it), one arm lat raise, front raise, rear delts fly on machine with one arm. Cable pushdown, one arm cable crossover many others come to mind.
I know this sucks hardcore, I remember when i’d just gotten back to Aus, had no friends or anything and I broke my ankle and required surgery, couldn’t walk properly for about 12 months, and I still can’t run/ do a lot of cardio aside from cycling/swimming because I’ll get burning around the ankle with all the screws in it. (Salter Harris type 3 fracture with SIGNIFICANT displacement because I was unaware the ankle was broke and thus walked and kept attempting to run on it (and in the process fell flat on my face in a two occasions, also fractured my tibia in the process of that ankle break), I even got on a plane with the broken ankle #bloodclotrisk. Anyhow you’ll get through it, I find solace in music when I’m feeling down. What kind of music do you like, for situations like this I find passive aggressive post-hardcore works for me really well.
Not a well known band, but this is a good one for me if I feel not so great. It’s not exactly mainstream but it isn’t heavy or anything.
Other good songs for this kind of situation (at least I think) there’s an odd cathartic…ness from listening to sad music.