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Playing as Torino. Won my last 6 games with 20 goals scored and 3 conceded. I believe Belotti got 3 hat tricks in 3 consecutive games. My last game was Juventus away and I won 2:1 (with the goal conceded due to an error on my part) with relative ease which has prompted me to make this post. I hadn't conceded at all in the 3 games prior.
I like to play realistically so I disabled the first transfer window and thus my team isn't particularly special: https://www.futhead.com/18/squads/3249858/
I play 8 minute halves on normal speed with these sliders: https://forums.operationsports.com/forums/ea-sports-fifa-sliders/915625-fifa-18-os-community-sliders.html
I've read about turning passing to manual but I'm not sure about this as I don't particularly want to handicap myself in this department, especially as a lot of the enjoyment I get out of CM and fifa is playing intricate quick passing, rather I want the AI to play better. Any recommendations as to which sliders I should make further adjustments to to achieve this?submitted by /u/kindacasual to r/FifaCareers
I'm searching for some advice on how to handle my situation. I'm experiencing a strange pain during/after performing dips and I don't know how to tackle this issue.
Important info: I started doing bw exercises a bit less than year ago and don't have any previous experience in any sport-like activity in the upper body. (21 years old / male)
My history with dips: About 4 months ago I started to do band-assisted dips and 2 months ago I switched over to bw dips. Currently I can do 3x12 bw dips. I was noticing the pain, that I will describe below, during the 4 months of exercising. I thought that it might be just because I'm new to the exercise, but it stayed. Today I tried to do the dips with the best possible form (I already had posted a form check before on reddit) and with slow speed, but the pain didn't go away.
Pain during dips: Whenever I'm performing the dips I feel a sharp pain between my right shoulders and my neck. It's not strong, but its strong enough to be noticed (and making me worried that something might be wrong). Here is an image of the exact location of that pain.
Pain after dips: After my sets when I put my feet down, I'm getting a sharp pain around the top of my chest. I think the pain is a bit stronger on the right side. Additionally the pain is a little bit stronger around the collar bones than elsewhere. Here is an image of the exact location of that pain The pain stays for a few seconds and then vanishes. The more I have to 'lift' during dips, the stronger this feeling gets. When I do the dips slower, the pain gets a bit less but the difference is small.
I don't think that what I'm describing a usual pain and I'm unsure on how to handle this situation. I tried to improve my form as good as I could, nevertheless the pain stayed. Especially the pain during the dips make me think that I shouldnt simply ignore that.
What would you do in my situation? Do you have any advice for me?submitted by /u/AyJakobLmao to r/overcominggravity