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Old 02-03-2006, 02:16 PM   #3
Edwin Neal
Dojo: Ronin
Location: Henderson, North Carolina
Join Date: Jan 2006
Posts: 597
Re: Shoulder Injuries

definately decrease the intensity of your work outs and possbly the frequency... talk to a physical therapist, sports trainer, or doctor... give your body a chance to heal some... make your work outs more about technical quality than power and speed... do you practice visualizing your techniques some find this a good way to go when you must lay off a bit... read some books, watch some videos especially videos of yourself and find the things that need fixing... but the most important is to heal... you won't be any good if your shoulders crap out the day before or 10 minutes into your test... good luck...

Edwin Neal

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