Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by Captain Amazing, Apr 24, 2008.
Now my back/shoulder feels really sore. Should I still practice or just wait it out? How long?
Defiantly go back for the next session.
Triangle him until he quits spasming.
i get hurt pretty often where i go... i just keep going anyway.. and just kind of let the people im rolling with know im hurt and they will go light..
With anything of that nature it is best to stay away from using that area for a little while. Jumping back into it isn't going to do it any bit of good. For any injuries dealing with soreness I usually give it a week. I try to concentrate on other parts such as my cardio or just all together ring movement. Should probably stay away from hard contact and stick to some walk-throughs with someone.
Is this you?
you have a fucking fetish for those things..
I'll quit finding it funny in about another week.
if i took a week long break everytime i got hurt or sore i would never get any training in.
seriously though your question is like impossible to answer.. i really get hurt all the time.. lol if its just sore.. then fuck it.. go train.. i think there is a difference between sore and injury... if you think you injured yourself.. like legitimately.. like a muscle injury then yeah you should probably not go or go VERY light... but im fucking sore after like every class.. if i didnt go back every time i was sore id miss TONS of classes..
Haha, by all means, jump right back into it. I did that awhile back and it was a bad decision.
I took the "really" sore as something a little more serious than muscle soreness. If it was just "sore" then why the fuck would you post about it?
that was my point.. every class.. different levels.. so you just dont know by reading HOW aggresive things got.. there is no way for us to judge his "injury" lol... its like saying "i fell down my stairs.. is my leg broken"
tell your training partners to not attack that arm or tap quick as hell if they start attacking that arm. sure it limits training a bit, but if both you and your training partner are cool with it, then by all means carry on.
hell, just because you cant attack one arm, there are still other limbs and chokes to go after.
Hehe, well I felt a sharp pain right when it happened and tapped. I am just paranoid because I injured the same area 2 years ago.
i'd go back just go easy, tell your sparring partner ahead of time and tap if he gets anything remotely close to a kimura or armbar