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2011/04/02 07:56:43 (permalink)
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heres one for you

tweaked my R. Cuff at the front whilst doing shrugs..... has also happened in the past when deadlifting.
 
Any ideas why? My techniques fine, postures good, I dont get why itd hit me where it has...
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    Ak_88
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/02 09:19:17 (permalink)
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    Is your posture good when lifting though?
     
    Although you described 'tweaked', if it's an impingement of the tendons between the acromion (top of your shoulder blade) and humeral head (top of your arm) then form's not quite right.
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/03 21:50:47 (permalink)
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    or your musculoskeletal system isnt stacked correctly

    "If you cant explain it simply, you dont understand it well enough" Albert Einstein
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/03 22:12:40 (permalink)
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    Are you sure it was part of the RC you "tweaked".
     
    sel

    "Commonly overweight people do have very big calves and lower bodies. For exactly the reasons you mention: their entire life is one big progressive overload on the calves." Lyle Mcd
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/03 22:18:09 (permalink)
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    You weren't shrugging with an alternate grip (= brutal) were you?
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/05 21:33:26 (permalink)
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    stop over analyising it !
    shyte happens!
    at some time something like this has happened to most of us.
    give it a few days rest, and you will no doubt be back on form!
     
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    Re:heres one for you 2011/04/05 22:28:41 (permalink)
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    this is certainly a warning sign and I would strongly suggest that you get checked over by a qualified professional before you risk an injury.
    Things like this should never be ignored and brushed off as 'the norm' because they are signals that you are either not stacked up correctly on the inside or your technique is a little off.
    If you are confident about your technique then you should question whether your musculoskeletal system is dysfunctional  in certain areas

    "If you cant explain it simply, you dont understand it well enough" Albert Einstein
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