My doctor advised me that I would not be able to do any weight training for six to eight weeks. Instead, he handed me a stretch band. He said he would like me to start using this “gradually” over the next few weeks to slowly gain strength back in my shoulder.
I had purchased four 1-gallon bottles of water and was carrying them to my car that I had parked on the very end of the parking lot. As I walked to the car, I could feel my shoulders start getting a workout just from simply holding the water in each hand.
From the first time you walked into a gym, getting stronger has likely been one of the goals at the top of your list. After all, stronger muscles equal bigger muscles, right? If you find yourself struggling to improve in that department, it’s likely you’re making one— or more— of the common mistakes below.
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