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Maybe the reasonable effective dose for tendinosis rehab isn't anything that big that it would hurt your S&S progress. Maybe you should give something a try, like the squats.
Yeah, this is what I think. Maybe the full routine but only once a week, or some kind of squats 3 days a week, or a mix.Maybe the reasonable effective dose for tendinosis rehab isn't anything that big that it would hurt your S&S progress. Maybe you should give something a try, like the squats.
Indeed, I´ll keep squatting and monitoring what happens. Is not too serious at the moment, but is an exercise I have done a million reps this year (goblet squats and TGU-squat), so its not a new move. Maybe my hip flexors are a bit tired, not sure. I´ll keep an eye on it so that it doesnt go out of control, but I think most likely it´ll go away.If your hip pain goes away with squats, it sounds like you better squat.
I often get little aches here and there while training, especially when I'm training a new movement. I've found that continuing the training as usual is the best way to get the aches go away. But one has to, naturally, be careful with 1RM PRs in new exercises or if there's some kind of long term nagging going on.
Nice to hear that your knee is feeling better!