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

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

  1. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    ;)Thankyou so very much for your reply...I'll do this exercise SLOWLY Andrew, love, peace and respect my friend xxXXxx
     
  2. Aaron

    Aaron Shadow Warrior

    I agree with the swimming part. I had a friend that was in a severe car accident, thy had to rebuild(or fuse) 3 of his discs together... he was on morphine for about 4 months. He said that swimming, even floating around in a pool helped, it kept him from going crazy staring at the ceiling, and kept his spirits up, made him feel like he was gaining some headway. Took him 9 months to get out of the hospital and another year after that to walk with a cane. He's able to walk now, but he said he would have went crazy if it wouldn't have been for the swimming. Doctors didn't think he would make it through the first month, let alone walk with a cane and be able to pick up his 2 year old.

    Have you thought about doing some stick work from sitting in a chair? I know it's not ideal, but with a light pair of sticks and a comfortable chair, you should be able to at least go slowly through some forms and drills with very light level of speed and force, and not put to much strain on your back. or even do it while lying down on the floor.

    I would also ask for another opinion... there is always another way.

    Just with anything you do remember to be patient and do things slowly, it takes time to recover from back injuries.
     
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  3. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Aaaaw Aaron my true friend. That was a gorgeous reply....many thanx. I will heed your advice and start the swimming toot sweet....As for the weapon training I do with everything and anything.......right down to my knife and fork!! I have stared with light stick work too, with my spine supporton. All my love, peace and respects Aaron XXxxXXxxXX
     
  4. Aaron

    Aaron Shadow Warrior

    If your body is in too much pain do research into the arts...

    I was down for 4 months about 8 years ago from a work related frost bite injury (all toes and fingers had 1 to 2nd degree frost bite damage, think pain of 2nd degree burn), it hurt to walk, every time I breathed I could feel my toes and fingers throb for the first week. After that I started my recovery. Bought, borrowed, books on martial arts, almost anything I could get my hands on, and read them, inbetween hunting for a better job, accident happened more do to the boss' lack of safety/common sense.

    Point is training is more than just working on the techniques; do some research, work on it if your body allows you (slowly), and keep moving forward 1 baby step at a time.:)
     
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  5. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Ooooft the frost bite sounded painfull:eek:!! Thanx for the informative reply it is highly appreciated, I will heed your advice, my good friend!! P.S. Keep those hands and toes warm!!...all my love and respect XxXxXxX
     
  6. Aaron

    Aaron Shadow Warrior

    Painfull to the point of almost blacking out the first few days:oops:! Something as simple as making lunch turned into a painful experience. It healed up pretty good, didn't loose any fingers or toes, acts up every once in a while, my grip on tools will just randomly loosen if I am not using them, but it's gotten vary rare. Acts up a bit when it gets -35C or lower, but that's to be expected, and normal from what the doctor told me.
     
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  7. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Oooooh BRRRRRR :eek:
     
  8. Blade Maker

    Blade Maker Master

    Yoga, vinyasa slow flow yoga, though the yogi may suggest sakitsa wich is more stationary.
     
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  9. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx sooooo very much for the informative reply, my warrior swordsman, it has been duly noted;).......respects and peace my friend XXxxXX
     
  10. khan farzal

    khan farzal Initiate



    you know what ,
    my SENSEI broke his right leg while playing KABADDI ! ! ! ! ! :(
    his knee gets dislocated frequently !!! :(

    and he also 3 slip discs at present :(

    both of these injuries reside in his body for about 8 years so far !!!!!!
    and still he continues to teach KARATE and KICKBOXING :)

    don't know from where did he get this superb perseverence :rolleyes:

    HE'S ONE OF A KIND
     
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  11. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    As are you my friend XXxxXX
     
  12. Sensei Martin

    Sensei Martin Warrior Monk

    Hi

    I am assuming it is your lower back that is the issue. Confirm with your doctor, but I would suggest strengthening your abs to take some of the pressure off your back. Even pelvic thrusts are good, ad should be easy to do. If you are able to, do some light and slow good morning exercises using only a bo, hockey or broom stick. Also - work on light mobility work, and stretching your hamstrings.

    Martin
     
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  13. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Thanx for taking the time to reply it is really appreciated Sensei, I look forward to your future posts....peace, love and respects my martial friend XXxxXX
     
  14. kravmaga40

    kravmaga40 Initiate

    Have you looked into kettlebell training great for strengthening the posterior chain, Just a suggestion ;)
     
  15. Deborah

    Deborah Ninja

    Oooooft holy feck Kravmaga......not just after a spinal op I think I may leave that idea for the moment!! Thanx anyway for your reply it is really appreciated my new martial warrior:DXXxxXX
     
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    kravmaga40 Initiate

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