_So I have now received 2 treatments of laser therapy on my incision site for my hip replacement thanks to my doode @joeylh11
_Video on the left is 1.5 weeks ago and then pic on the right was 2 days ago. Just with 2 treatments this is what it looks like.
_The point of laser therapy-
_Lasers are made up of photons, and photons are small packets of light energy. Photon energy is able to more effectively penetrate the skin and underlying structures, therefore accelerating the healing process. Lasers have been shown to reduce pain and inflammation as well as stimulate nerve regeneration, muscle relaxation and immune system response.
_Also been consistently putting VitaminE on it to help break apart scar tissue and help healing process as well thanks to @muscles_and_mascara716 for recommending that 😋
. If you're someone that is needing something like this done don't be afraid to contact Doctor Joe on here, he knows how to work his magic!
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💥 WANT STRONG LATS, WORK THEM ISOMETRICLY💥
The lats are considered one of the strongest muscle groups in the body, and in my opinion an integral part of your foundational core strength.
Consistently working the lats through their full range of motion is essential but we often forget the benefits of working a muscle through isometrics.
Benefits: -Builds high tension threshold -great for recovery work and high frequency training -can increase motor unit recruitment and threshold -increase in strength gains via new stimulus.
One of my favorite ways of building the lats isometricly is with a front banded resisted deadlift. This allows you to fully feel the importance and use of the lats in the deadlift. This is essential for a proper set up. This can also be done in a rack deadlift (rack pull) position.
Although this isn't entirely 100% isometric movement the majority is. I performed these for 4 sets of 6 with 3 second eccentrics for increased time under tension. Give these a try at the end of your workout and fry those lats! #brickhaus#personaltraining#buildingafoundation#PRs#performancetherapy#train#lifting#powerbuilding#deadlift#trainsmart#educateyourself