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Old 03-17-2020, 12:32 PM #11
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Training in pain is not a good idea. I think visiting a licensed therapist for deep tissue massage helps. My friend also suffered from the same pain, but he continued his training, which results in delayed onset muscle soreness.
I am not training now, I have taken over a week off already. This Corona Virus thing is making it difficult to train anyways.
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Old 03-26-2020, 08:49 AM #12
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Neck pain was a big hurdle for my friend to do boxing. In the beginning, he started the gym with boxing, which was really helpful in strengthening muscles. The mistake that he did was improper guidance related to weight lifting, due to which he suffered from neck pain. The doctor said that the root cause of pain is his back which was injured due to lifting heavyweight, and he advised him to wear weight lifting belt while exercising. I think proper training and equipment are necessary for both boxing and weight lifting.
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Is the pain right in the middle of your shoulder blades? ...Rockin'
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Old 03-26-2020, 05:07 PM #14
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Is the pain right in the middle of your shoulder blades? ...Rockin'
No, it is right over the right shoulder blade, It hurts when I lay flat with no support for my head. I am taking muscle relaxers and it seems to be a little better. Also been to a sports medicine massage girl twice.
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No, it is right over the right shoulder blade, It hurts when I lay flat with no support for my head. I am taking muscle relaxers and it seems to be a little better. Also been to a sports medicine massage girl twice.
If you have someone available to put their elbow into that spot that hurts they can release it for you...it's not rocket science. Be prepared to have them use enough pressure that it will test your pain tolerance...focus on your deep slow breathing and relax and very quickly (if you're lucky) it should go away. If you have a medicine ball (or something hard you can lean into) you can roll on it and do it yourself. It doesn't sound like your massage girl did a good job. I've done this to myself quite a bit for various issues. In time you will figure it out...but don't be afraid of some pain because it DOES hurt to release a muscle spasm (knot) but you won't be doing damage because of it. Honestly...if it doesn't hurt while you're trying to release it then you're not doing it hard enough. Often it only takes seconds to release something that will linger on forever otherwise. Take a muscle relaxer/anti-inflammatory first and wait until it kicks in.
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