I need you advice my fellow enthusiasts.........

Discussion in 'Strength Training' started by Deborah, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    I am currently recovering from a successful, serious back operation and I was wondering if anyone has any advice on strengthening your back:rolleyes:?? All replies may be beneficial to me, however simple or trivial you may think your reply may be.....Peace, love and respect to all members :DXxXxX
     
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  3. Stephen McGlennon

    Stephen McGlennon Grasshoppa

    Whatever you do, take your time with it, slowly re-develop the muscles. Might be best to speak with a doctor or a chiropractor for best advice.
     
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  4. Calm Barbarian

    Calm Barbarian Samurai

    Sounds painful but I agree with Stephen. Hope your recovery is going well.
     
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  5. MadoreGojuRyu

    MadoreGojuRyu Master

    oh yeah, definitely agree with stephen, take your time and talk with the Dr....way tooimportant an area for you to take chances with.
     
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  6. Mario Paul

    Mario Paul Samurai

    I've not had my back operated on. Best to speak with qualified practitioners on this one mate.
    Having said that, I do occasionally suffer from back pains caused by an injury sustained several years ago. What has helped me to managethe pain is retraining my body to move in ways in which it will not cause injury. I find Ninjutsu has helped alot.
     
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  7. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    My speciallist said I should stop with my training alltogether, he`d have been better asking me to gnaw off both my arms and legs:eek:!! I understand what he said, but thinking of Bruce Lee and his injury gives me soooooooo much hope!! After all I consider myself as a Warrior, and my spirit shall NEVER be defeated! Thanx Stephen for your input!! xxXxx
     
  8. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Aaaaw! Thanx my new found friend XXxXX
     
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  9. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx Madore, I will take your advice on board;)XxX
     
  10. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx, my well informed friend for your great advice! XXxxXX
     
  11. angie828

    angie828 Disciple

    Take your time and see if the physical therapist has any suggestions for you. I know when I injured my back, my PT was amazing at getting me back to my normal self. It took a while but she helped me so much.
     
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  12. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx so much for your reply Angie, but according to the speciallist and my PT the damage has already been done! I have been told to stop the training alltogether. But that advice never stopped Bruce Lee from making a comeback....so I will continue on this journey. Anyway I am a warrior I'll be back on the mend in no time....I hope, haha xxxxxXXXXxxxxxx
     
  13. MT_Demers

    MT_Demers Disciple

    Don't loose hope. My jujitsu instructor actually could not walk after he injured his back and had to have surgery and he has had an amazing recovery. Keep talking to your doctor and find out when and what you can do. Don't over do it injuries take time to heal. I am still nursing my shoulder back to health it has been 6 or 7 months since I hurt it. I have just gotten back to where I can do 25 push-ups again! Luckily I have not needed surgery (yet).
     
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  14. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx for your reply, my friend. I appreciate it,;)!! It is just that I am inpatient, I really should consider myself lucky....a year ago I couldn't walk. Speciallists have advised me against going back to my training regime, even reconsider ever training again....but I can't no WON'T accept that! I understand I have to take my time , but warriors don't give in that easy!! All my love, peace and respect is sent to you MT Demers:DxxXXxx
     
  15. MT_Demers

    MT_Demers Disciple

    Giving up is never an option but a change in course is. Patience is one of the hardest parts of the warrior heart to master. While you recover you can refocus your efforts to help others on their journey, no greater understanding of your art can be achieved than by teaching others. Mind, Spirit, and Body are the components of all Martial Arts if you cannot develop the body work on the others. I am an instructor in the TKD school I achieved my Black Belt through and there is no more of a roller coaster ride than teaching others. I wish you luck in your journey, pray for a quick recovery and I have great respect and admiration for you and your warrior spirit and heart. :)
     
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  16. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Aaaw shucks that was such a wonderful reply!! I agree and I am studying what I can about the healing arts, and back to being an instructor when I recover. I look forward to chatting to you some more, but for now my friend I bid you goodnite and God BlessxxXXxxXXxx
     
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  17. MT_Demers

    MT_Demers Disciple

    Thank you. I look forward to hearing about your recovery. God Bless and goodnight.
     
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  18. JIM

    JIM Grasshoppa

    Light swimming helped my friend alot.
     
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  19. Calm Barbarian

    Calm Barbarian Samurai

    Have you thought of bungee jumping? Only joking Deborah. x
     
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  20. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Hahahahahaaaaaaa, Adam!!! Veeeeery funny:D But I have always wanted to do one my Calm Barbarian XXxxXX
     
  21. Andrew_

    Andrew_ Initiate

    My good wishes are with you. I would suggest you to practice hip bridge exercise. But make sure that you are not punishing yourself while doing it. Go slowly....
     
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