God Damn, that blows (but its funny at the same time). Hope you heal up quickly.unf. we did kicks in muay thai for the first time out here, and i held pads - with little instruction - and it's easy to fuck that up 50 ways. my partner wasn't even kicking that hard, but i got jacked up something serious. actually at the time i was fine, felt normal, recall finishing the day off with 30 push ups, etc. 6 hours later my rear left shoulder was hurting, then i had a rough night's sleep with plenty of pain. basically a constant sensation, usually pain, in rear back left back/shoulder area. i can't even hold my head up straight, as it is tensing up some muscle/tendon/ligament or something that is hella sensitive.
dunno how long i'll have to take off muay thai, or most anything, sucks from going from 20k+ daily fitbit steps to it now being a pain in the ass to just even go out and grab a quick coffee. eg. my head is cocked to the side, i can only turn it left so much, half the time holding my arm as if it's in a sling to avoid the pain of just walking around, etc.
50,000 steps That’s over 20 miles !i've been lazy, 2 weeks gym membersship, lifted once (monday) - got there at 630am and it was busy as fuck. google hours said it would be busier at 730 but it was a little better.
only done muay thai 2x in that time too. which really is more boxing here, like the last class had 0 kicks. i have also only done punches and pads with students holding them since leaving thailand; where even day 1 you have full instructor held pad sessions and do tons of kicks. i miss muay thai in thailand a fucking lot. i believe there is zero clinch work practiced ever here, and that a guy from thailand would come and just destroy everyone here as a result, not that m/t is popular here - boxing is of course, where i see tons of people in parks doing, including tons of women. the ufc gym has a bunch of bags, but no mats on the floor for kicks, seems the place is just set for boxing too.
been eating *fucktons* of cheeseburgers on a best burger search. i walk everywhere which is the only reason i'm getting fatter instead of super fatter. hit 50k yesterday, peak, my feet are in need of a massage today. perhaps new shoes.
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Shakes do get old after a month or so. But I get creative with them when they start getting old.i haven't had a shake for a while. got quite sick/bored of them; it's more calories but the ice cream and brownies and pancakes and such has all been fun to play with and make, albeit more effort. 200g in a day at 2500cal is a pretty solid day!
ahhh i think the big difference between my diet and yours when shooting for that area of protein is i don't do nearly as much via shakes, even when i did use them! maybe 60 protein max those times.Shakes do get old after a month or so. But I get creative with them when they start getting old.
Here was one of my days per My Fitness Pal, and this isnt the same every day, just using as an example
2 shakes: 96g protein, 16g carbs, 4g fat
Whole can of tuna: 22g protein, 1g fat/added miracle whip, mustard whip and pickles as well
whole wheat 4 slices for my tuna: 14g protein, 50g carbs, 3g fat
2 chicken breasts: 72g protein, 0g carbs, 3g fat
3 mini slim jims: 6g protein, 3g carbs, 9g fat
I also had a few cuties (oranges) and a mini snickers or 2