makavelli saidOne side doing military presses, then two weeks later the other one doing decline dumbbell presses. The decline one my whole muscle just went limp and it fell on my chest... pretty sad display but no one saw.
Physio is next week, and until then what now?
Mate I know the feeling, I've done something similar to myself on both shoulders, thankfully all over it now but back then it was a bitch.
As lost said, lots of legs, however, you might have to end up using just machines since you probably can't carry weight in your hands, plus lots of lunges hahaha
depending on how your shoulder is, core work too, at least things like crunches and the like and if you have someone who works with you, you might be able to use a plate on your chest, but again, depends on the shoulders.
While you might not normally feel anything in the shoulders when doing crunches with an injury you will they will become fatigued much faster from being held in position.
WIth the plate again depending on your shoulders you can cross your arms over it and hold on and that might work but it depends on the type of plate metal ones are much more slippery where else the rubber coated will at least provide more grip to your shirt and hold it more in position.
some different things you might like to try for legs.
Take a weight belt with you with some chain wrapped around it place it back to front hook up the chain to a cable machine and get funky with it, lunges attached to the cable machine are kinda fun, place the cable pully low and it provides some great resistance.
same thing but with side lunges, again, different but great.
Doing lunges on a bosu, good for developing stability especially in the ankles.
You wont be able to do squats with a bar but try doing them attached to the cable machine, it;ll feel really different but give a good workout.
Those sorts of things, My trainer was awesome when it came to working out with a busted shoulder he had the same problem as me a few times so he was just fab!!!