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    My time just freed up a lot. I should be able to get into more exersise now if I can just motivate myself.

    I think I should start trying presses, I've actually never done those. I don't have any weight equpiment, though. I have doubts I'll be getting any. I wonder what objects would make a decent subsitite to do a military press.

    And I bought one of those pull-up things, but there were no suitable spots for it in the house.
    Back when I lived with my parents, there was a bar that was just fastened right into the door area of one of the halls, and I'd use that. I've haven't gotten to do pull-ups since I left that place, and I'm sure that my lats have waned away. It's very frustrating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    PT has been gradually getting harder. It's now far along enough to betray how out of shape I am. This pleases me, though. It's good to be able to challenge myself again, and will likely encourage me to get back into it again.

    I'll be getting my discharge routines in the next couple of weeks as well. My hips haven't clicked in over a month. ...I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
    Yay!

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    Puppy, to be specific, what sort of therapy did you have to do to get your hips to stop clicking? Mine do it really bad..and they've started to ache with more frequency over the last few months.
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    Going out for another 3 miler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Puppy, to be specific, what sort of therapy did you have to do to get your hips to stop clicking? Mine do it really bad..and they've started to ache with more frequency over the last few months.
    Well, it was my knee rather than my hips that caused me to go to therapy. It just turns out that the lack of mobility in my hips was what was causing my knee problems.

    Early on, they did a bunch of deep tissue massages to loosen my hip joint, as well as exercises where they locked me into certain positions and had me push against the position with all my might. (The idea being to help loosen the muscles which were obscenely tight.)

    My main issue is one of flexibility and strength in some lesser used muscles. If physical therapy and massage isn't an option for you, warm up, and do lots of stretching, especially in your core. My stretches are things like hamstrings, bending over sumo stretches, side lunge type stretches, and lower back stretches.

    When I get my discharge papers, I'll list the exercises for you, as I don't know their names. Stretching was never my strong suit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    I'll forgive you... Begrudgingly.
    :/...

    my side is swollen. I'm guessing after homework I'll put something hot on it. Or is it ice?
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    Why is it swollen? Does it hurt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Why is it swollen? Does it hurt?
    Yes, it does hurt. I think I strained something from coughing.
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