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Old 03-12-2014, 06:56 PM   #1
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Question Lifting with a broken toe?

Hi guys,

I've recently been plagued by injuries. After returning from a lay off with a rotator cuff injury, I've broken my toe whilst playing football on Sunday.

I can still hobble around. I don't even need crutches, but I can't put much weight on my right foot.

My question is, what are the best exercises to do now that I'm more or less limited to those which involve lying/sitting down?
Preacher curls, bench press, skull crushers, military press, incline curls/press & dips have been ticked off.
Anyone have other suggestions or advice in general?

Here's a picture of my broken toe, as I'm sure you'd all love to see it...

Thanks for your help
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