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    Moloch on · in reply to: Hill sprints and close to passing out #43930

    This is not normal. Go see a doctor. Being tired and out of breath is normal. Stop working out so hard for now until you’ve seen a doctor.

    Edit: This is personal advice. I am not a medical professional but I am a medical student, so take it with a grain of salt. Could be normal but only the doctor can tell you.

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    Moloch on · in reply to: Generalized stretching/mobility plan #42053

    Thanks guys! I appreciate these responses. Looks like I’ll be doing some morning sun salutations in between study blocks.

    Moloch on · in reply to: Pre-hab routine #32807

    Max, I know most of the movements you’re talking about except the rocking bridges. Do you mind posting a video or pic of what that looks like.

    Moloch on · in reply to: Pre-hab routine #32806

    Thank you all! This is exactly what I was looking for.

    I’ve started integrating YTAs for my shoulders as well as downward dog push ups, etc. I’m switching from back squats and leg extensions to blugarian split squats and Dumbbell/Barbell lunges. I’ve also started moving away from powerlifting/crossfit style lifting towards bodybuilding style as (to my understanding) it is better for tendon and ligament strengthening.

    I have Becoming a Supple Leopard tucked away somewhere among my small library of fitness books. I’ll dust it off and start implementing their routine and see if that helps.

    Definitely feel like I shouldn’t be having all these aches at 27 years old, but it is what it is and I’ve gotten better at tempering my enthusiasm, which was a problem and led to many injuries in my teens and early 20s.

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