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    I messed up.....!

    I sat on a computer for nearly 10 years... Rough childhood and then worked from home so I barely ever left my chair. Last few years I started walking.. Then jogging.. Then lifting machine weights and eventually free weights. I never stretched in my life. I didn't care about proper form either. I just did it. I lost a lot of fat.. And I gained a lot of muscle endurance and strength. My posture is horrible, I have really bad pain in mv left shoulder blade. I have really bad balance and I dont think I use my core for anything. My abs dont activate.. I feel disconnected or wobbly around my mid section. What exercises could I do to undo all the harm I caused? I probably cant afford a physical therapist... Would an average personal trainer be able to assist me?

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    Re: I messed up.....!

    The fact that you were able to lose weight and build up some muscles then that means your body is still strong. Yeah, I think you need a personal trainer to correct everything starting from your posture. A personal trainer can greatly help you with your problem. To me, posture is the most important. I even point that out to my wife whenever I would see her standing with a bad posture and always tell her to stand up straight, stomach in, and chest out.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ptahm22 View Post
    I sat on a computer for nearly 10 years... Rough childhood and then worked from home so I barely ever left my chair. Last few years I started walking.. Then jogging.. Then lifting machine weights and eventually free weights. I never stretched in my life. I didn't care about proper form either. I just did it. I lost a lot of fat.. And I gained a lot of muscle endurance and strength. My posture is horrible, I have really bad pain in mv left shoulder blade. I have really bad balance and I dont think I use my core for anything. My abs dont activate.. I feel disconnected or wobbly around my mid section. What exercises could I do to undo all the harm I caused? I probably cant afford a physical therapist... Would an average personal trainer be able to assist me?
    I hear you. Sorry about the mess but still it's not the end of the world. A proper guidance and a will to rectify oneself should suffice to get you back on your desired path. It might not be a short or easy phase but definitely a satisfactory one. All the best.




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    Re: I messed up.....!

    A personal trainer could help if he know about it. Look for one who has a higher end certification like NASM where the cover that in their training


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