This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifting

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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby Shawshank » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:14 am

48highlander wrote:
Orthapedic Surgeon specializing in Scoliosis patients....and he hurt his back once, benching.., and I quoted the only interesting part (apart from the weird quip about jumping with kettlebells). The other things mentioned were using an elipitical and bicep curls.....


I aggravated an injury lifting a toilet seat once...guess the only solution is peeing in the shower now?
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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby GoodWitness » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:41 pm

Shawshank wrote:
48highlander wrote:
Orthapedic Surgeon specializing in Scoliosis patients....and he hurt his back once, benching.., and I quoted the only interesting part (apart from the weird quip about jumping with kettlebells). The other things mentioned were using an elipitical and bicep curls.....


I aggravated an injury lifting a toilet seat once...guess the only solution is peeing in the shower now?


Ask DW how she pees, works for her. :alright:

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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby Cake » Mon Jan 13, 2014 2:23 am

GoodWitness wrote:
Shawshank wrote:
48highlander wrote:
Orthapedic Surgeon specializing in Scoliosis patients....and he hurt his back once, benching.., and I quoted the only interesting part (apart from the weird quip about jumping with kettlebells). The other things mentioned were using an elipitical and bicep curls.....


I aggravated an injury lifting a toilet seat once...guess the only solution is peeing in the shower now?


Ask DW how she pees, works for her. :alright:


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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby devilwoman » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:13 pm

Ask DW how she pees, works for her.


Never had a shoulder injury with my method. Lol
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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby GoodWitness » Tue Jan 14, 2014 2:35 pm

Slightly off-topic, but I think we (males) should all start putting down the seat AND the lid after using the washroom. Make the wimmin do a bit of work too.

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Re: This is why most MD's shouldn't give out advice on lifti

Postby Cake » Fri Jan 17, 2014 9:58 pm

GoodWitness wrote:Slightly off-topic, but I think we (males) should all start putting down the seat AND the lid after using the washroom. Make the wimmin do a bit of work too.


I don't understand what this means ;)
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