See how Marc Marquez resumed training with his brother Alex [VIDEO]
After the surgery four weeks ago, the Spanish champion has resumed working out in the gym. And on Tik Tok he posted a funny video with Alex
June 30, 2022
Lto fourth operation injured arm in 2020, last year June 3 in New YorkMarc Marquez is giving positive results and after a beach holiday to restore himself started training in the gym again. At the moment reserved for the left arm, the one uninjured, and the lower part of the body.
The surgery, performed in the prestigious Mayo Clinic facility, served to remedy excessive rotation of the humerus during the calcification process.
L'eight-time Spanish world champion last Tuesday wrote a open letter to his fans and supporters to update them on their state of health stating that they are quite well and no longer in pain.
“With my arm immobilized, I am doing light passive mobility exercises. I am emotionally motivated - he wrote -because the sensations are good. I want to start rehabilitation as soon as the doctors tell me, to see if the arm will work as it should ". It is known that Marc will have to wait until mid-July to undergo the second check at the Ruber Clinic.
M.Much will depend on the outcome of that control radiograph but in any case he is planning his days so as not to neglect physical preparation.
Just yesterday he posted on his Instagram page a video in which he is seen working with tools in the gym. Always keeping his right arm semi-immobilized, he also practiced with his brother Alex - who next year will go racing for Team Gresini on the Ducati DesmosediciGP - because the two are very close and share a lot of free time together.
To train Marc chose the Reebok Sports Club gym in La Finca. “Fourth week after the operation - wrote next to the video - and we continue to take small steps ".
TOlberto Puig he plans to meet Marquez in the paddock of one of the next Grand Prix to talk about the development of the RC213V. It is not yet known of course when the Catalan champion will be able to return to a MotoGP, however Puig a few days ago told radio Marca that "It's hard to hazard a prognosis now, but with my experience in fractures and all that, I think yes, we'll see him ride before the end of the year.".