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How can you tell the difference between a quad strain and a stress fracture?
This post was edited by JMCSpartan08 14 months ago
You caught the gay.
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Already had that.
Then you got the aids. Sorry, brah.
In was gonna reply but then you blabbered on and on about how ripped you are and how much you work out and I totally lost all interest
Damn brah, that is a hell of a lot of words to use to simply tell us that you blew out your anus.
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Eat more pizza
I can help, I have plenty of experience in this area a---
Oh, thought that said "the rapists." Sorry, can't help.
Not an expert, but I grew up as a cross country runner and have been weightlifting for a couple years.
Ice it a couple times a day for a couple days, then switch to alternating heat and cold (end on cold). I highly doubt it's a stress fracture if you were biking with no pain. Don't set an immediate time table for your recovery. Listen to your body and get back to lower body stuff whenever the pain subsides. Try to do your upper body stuff while on a bench or seated in the meantime.
Another thing: to me, it sounds like you're overtraining. Doing high-intensity workouts twice a day can be dangerous if you're body isn't recovering fast enough. I'm sure some on here will disagree with me on that.
Seems like solid plan. Thanks.
Definitely think I over-trained that day. Normally I'm alright on soreness from day to day but that 3 workouts in one day was retarded and unnecessary.
Here ya go brah.
Orthopedic Test examining femoral stress fracture
Too sweet for my palate.
I should get on whatever Lance was cheating with.
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