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2007/06/18 11:11:03 (permalink)
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Injury Advice

HEEELP!
Looks like I have picked up a frustating injury in my shoulder. Theres no pain, more of a dull ache and a clicking feeling in the joint. Still have the full range of movement but it feels like I have lost all my strength in my right shoulder/pec when I am doing pressing movements. It feels as if my delt/tricep try to compensate for any pec movements.
As you can imagine, this is most annoying.......has anyone had experience of working with something like this? Am I better off stopping training chest\delts or change to isolation movements only for these bodyparts?
any advice greatly appreciated
post edited by Marquis - 2007/06/18 11:15:53
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    stevieg
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    RE: Injury Advice 2007/06/18 11:27:09 (permalink)
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    i have have a similar injury on and off for about 1.5 years till started seeing a sports physio and feels much better and can train on it properly!

    try adding some rotator cuff exercises on shoulder day to strenghten ur shoulder, cables are good and keep it light as there only little muscles!
    hope that helps a little!

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    Marquis
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    RE: Injury Advice 2007/06/18 12:33:53 (permalink)
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    Cheers Stevieg, I'll tweak my routine and see how i get on. What did your Physio do to help?
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    RE: Injury Advice 2007/06/18 13:52:13 (permalink)
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    mostley massage some acuputure etc.

    I also found useing db for pressing helped it was always brought on by bb pressing!
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