Training with injuries

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    Training with injuries


    Just was looking for some exercises/routines i can do with a tore shoulder to maintain my core and lower body strength while the shoulder heals?

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    SSB squats may be good if the pressure doesn't bother your shoulder. Of course proper shoulder prehab should be done..
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    The Ssb is a great idea if you have acess to one. If not then just hit leg presses and ab work.
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    Thanks for the info keep it coming
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    Really just do any type of training you want, as long as it doesn't aggravate the injury, and you should be fine.
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