At the Arnold Sports Festival in 2019, Brian Shaw broke a stroke during a world record attempt that broke his records, hampered his performance throughout the weekend and led to eighth place. Of course, this type of injury would lead to some pretty heavy bruising, which the former "strongest man" of the world showed in the video below. However, he wants to recover quickly and has already begun treatment to repair his thigh muscles.
First, he struggled with his rowing machine before going to a chiropractor to receive an ARP Wave treatment, a more intuitive stimulation therapy that uses a "specific waveform" that allows the resulting current to flow deep into the body Combining different frequencies, work cycles, and outbreaks, "said ARP Wave Boston.
Shaw was very optimistic about his treatment and the progression of his injury, saying," Every day I'm only positive when I find something that's a bit better, whether it's the coloring, or I can move a little better, or I can bring in a little more blood with the rower (his thigh muscle).