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Given your condition I would recommend you to do cable flies, because it doesn't need that much of shoulder help in the movement and because of the weak gravity influence. However, the better option in my opinion would be having some therapy sessions and be advised by a professional in that matter.


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Basicly any excercise you can do 30+ repetitions without pain. For rehabilitation you want a low load and a lot of repetitions, this will get the blood flowing and help the healing process. If push ups are to hard, try easier variations, e.g. leaning against an open doorway and performing the push up movement. Adjust angle by moving your feet either closer ...


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Your friends are idiots. (So are mine. That's not really a dig.) That said, as other posters have said, make sure you're doing it right. Don't let your knees cave inwards as you put pressure on the lead foot. keep the weight over that lead foot. That should be about it. (That said, be smart. If you do start getting sore knees, no one will go hungry or ...


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Until elevators and steel girder construction around the turn of the 19th century, the tallest buildings were usually five stories. People worked in those fifth stories for years. Also, plenty of jobs have people walking up and down hills all day for decades, starting as small children. It's actually sort of sad that people consider eight flights of steps ...


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As with any form of exercise, it is possible to accrue injury by doing it incorrectly. For stair-climbing, the key to avoiding knee strain is to keep your body over your knee while ascending. When going up a step, place your foot on the step, shift your weight over it, and then push up. Odds are you're already doing it, since climbing with your weight ...


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It's highly unlikely you will have any long term ill effects from climbing 8 stories stairs daily. Nonetheless you might want to consider the same supplemental excercises for the thighs that e.g. joggers or cyclist do, such as stretching thighs or massaging with a blackroll This will prevent the musculature from becoming stiff and avoid unnecesarry ...



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