monkeystyle wrote:rowing machine cured my superspenitis tendonitis (excuse spelling) and other rotator cuff issues cause by a skate board stack 20 years ago. Not sure why but seems to stretch and free up my whole should and brought me back to symetrical as well as making me surf-fit while I lived in dear ol london town away from the beach.
monkeystyle wrote:hate being out of the water - I had really bad problems for years and had a lot of surfs where I would only use my right arm when I needed to catch a wave... low tide to walk out the back... anything so I didn't have to paddle! I crushed my rotator cuff and broke my collar bone and had three months with my arm strapped up.
Cortizone injections didn't work. Physio didn't work. Anti-inflamatories didn't work but the side effects still happened - pain in stomach.
Rowing on a concept 2 rowing machine literally cured it and kept me fit.
So are you out of the water then? I haven't noticed any less people out at North Steyne in the last week??
danny1 wrote:yep heard that del drove himself to hospital as well....what was the story?
wjp1 wrote:Well I;ve been out of the water for 3 months resting and doing physio on my shoulder. Went in today for 45 mins and the f*cking shoulder is hurting as much as it did 3 months ago.
I honestly don't think its ever going to get better. Looks like I am being forced to give up surfing .
sandygroyne wrote:Everyone seems to be endlessly falling to bits!?!
Currently head feels like it's going to fall off my spine with a nasty headache everytime I stand up, I have a feeling it's from hyper extending my back paddling with this not too great posture of mine (Too many years of counter-strike during the flat periods). Has anyone had any experience of Yoga for sorting out posture? The nearest one I can find is quite a treck away to go each week so would be glad to hear of any experiences?
sandygroyne wrote:Has anyone had any experience of Yoga for sorting out posture? The nearest one I can find is quite a treck away to go each week so would be glad to hear of any experiences?
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