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Workout - Basic Torn Achilles Rehab

Exercise count:

Total: 5
Strength training: 5
Cardio: 0

Body parts:

Calves
Hamstrings
Quadriceps

Basic Torn Achilles Rehab
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This varies according to your muscle development, response and injury plus healing ability. First MAKE SURE THE AREA IS HEALED and get Dr's ok. Next all exercises are single leg but do both legs [ie 12 reps each leg]. Support injured leg when starting. Regain basic strength when starting before doing this exercise. Use prone leg curl with 10 pounds to stretch calf muscle if needed and calf press with 10 pounds to build strength when ready. Important IF IT HURTS STOP. There should be no pa

 Strength Training 

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Lying Leg Curl

Body part: Hamstrings
Equipment: Machine

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Seated Leg Curl

Body part: Hamstrings
Equipment: Machine

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Leg Extension

Body part: Quadriceps
Equipment: Machine

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Leg Press

Body part: Quadriceps
Equipment: Machine

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Calf Press

Body part: Calves
Equipment: Machine

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created 6-9-2010 by pjh139

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pjh139 (10 years ago)

This is basically what I did to rehab my torn tendon which is a Chronic torn tendon. It healed before they got to it. I didn't have it repaired. As stated elsewhere, I can now stand on my toes. Do note I have a history of fast responding calf muscles to workouts.

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