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Couple possible muscular injuries.

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Hey guys.

Started lifting again and having a couple issues.

 

1st is that I think my lower back muscles are overdeveloped now or something is up because it's physically a lot harder to bend over and my back sort of 'locks' if I sit awkward.

 

Second thing, this is my main issue.

I have trouble with my right thigh.

If i'm standing and putting a shoe on, I can hold my left leg up but I lose strength in my right, as if it goes dead.

I also get a crippling pain when my leg is bent for a period.

 

It's only in my right thigh though.

Could this be DVT or similar?

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definatley go to a physio

 

self diagnosing and treating back injuries is like russian roulette.

if you f**k it, its never going to be the same again

 

always listen to your body

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Yea I was always going to go to a physio if it didn't change.

But I was just seeing if it was a common problem or if anyone else had similar things.

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Hey guys.

Thought I'd just ask in the same thread.

 

Haven't had this issue before, just wondering if anyone else has.

While I can military fine and without issue, I started incline pressing again.

On every rep though, my right shoulder clicks like the joint is out or something.

Anyone had this or similar and would getting back on fish oil help?

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Some joints just click because they can. Get it checked out but Chances are you're fine.

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Yea it feels like it's rotating wrong.

I used to do a lot of incline so not sure why it's doing it now.

I'll get it looked at though.

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