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Old 05-23-2007, 05:41 PM   #1
William Huh
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I did the WOD on Monday and was loosening up today (wed.) when I tried doing some KPU's and after about 3, I got off and my muscles were in a moderate amount of pain. Muscles pretty much right where my armpits are. I'm assuming I strained/pulled the muscles because of such a dynamic repetitive movement right when my muscles were healing. When my arms are just resting at my sides or just typing, the pain is pretty much non-existent, but as my I lift my arms straight above my head, the pain becomes more gradual. Anything I should look for in particular, in terms of pain? I should just rest it for a couple days, correct? I'm just hoping the WOD's for the next couple days are mostly leg oriented.

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Old 05-24-2007, 07:35 PM   #2
Michael Stehle
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I would rest until pain free, it's not worth the risk of setting yourself back any further. BTW, how are you warming up?
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