Core & Glutes Workout

Updated: Jul 20, 2020



MVA May 2019
MVA May 2019

Back in May (2019), I was in a motor vehicle accident (MVA), two weeks after having hernia repair. I was turning into the parking lot of my home gym in my little German car when I was suddenly rear-ended by a commercial van going about 50-60 mph. It threw my car into a tail-spin, and into a gate. The driver never saw me. He was looking down at his phone.




I was admitted in the hospital for 4 days with a concussion (TBI), neck, shoulder, and back pain. My CT and MRI results showed herniated discs in my cervical and lumbar spine. I'm not even sure what results came of my right shoulder. I was holding a cup of coffee in my right hand when I was hit. It jerked my arm back, throwing the coffee into the air and all over my tan leather upholstery, torquing my right shoulder.


MVA TBI & Spinal Injury 5/2019
MVA TBI & Spinal Injury 5/2019

Treatment has consisted of Chiropractic care, physical therapy, and epidural steroid injections (ESI). I have had no relief with any of these interventions. Surgery would be the next step, but I want to avoid it if possible.

I am a very stubborn person, so I have continued working out. Although, I have not used any heavy weight, and have tried to keep it more cardiovascular than anabolic. However, after most of my workouts, I am in more pain as time progresses. My neck and back hurt so bad that I can't sleep most nights. I have headaches during the day, and they keep me up at night, too. They haven't exactly made me a pleasant person. My right shoulder is still sore when I lift, with a tight range of motion.