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    Shoulder pain?

    So I'm not too sure what's causing this but every time I do exercises that puts my shoulder muscles to work, I feel pain in the joints. It's only the right shoulder however. I can't do things like lateral raises without it hurting. It's not detrimental, but it is starting to affect my performance. And I know that my technique is okay since I do it slowly and controlled. Any advice or quick fixes (maybe?) would definitely help.

    #2
    Back off on shoulder training for a while to see if it improves. It isn't worth pushing through shoulder pain...trust me. I have had both my shoulders surgically reconstructed and I used to make the mistake of pushing through the pain, this causes major inflammation and can cause tendinitis in time and even tears or arthritis over many decades. If pain doesn't go away in a couple of weeks, see a doctor.

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      #3
      Atlas_FTW I had similar issue about 2 years ago. I eventually went to a physiotherapist, who fixed things for me. I did have to adjust my workouts. He gave me some stretches & exercises to help when my shoulder acts up again. I agree with Cowtownbaldie don’t ignore & do more damage.

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        #4
        I use this two workout:
        Warm up: Rotator Cuff Workout
        Stretching: Shoulder Stretch Workout
        I always use them when I do pull-ups which is the exercise that puts my joints in a crisis over time they have alleviated the pain a lot, until it disappears.

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          #5
          Freeman Good to know

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            #6
            I came across this article today, out of all things:

            https://www.t-nation.com/training/3-...llers-to-avoid

            Maybe it will help you figure out what's wrong, there's also an exercise to help correct it : seated dumbbell shoulder presses.

            more links on same site:
            https://www.t-nation.com/training/shoulder-savers-1
            https://www.t-nation.com/training/shoulder-savers-2
            https://www.t-nation.com/training/shoulder-savers-3
            Last edited by Aghaveagh; January 12, 2020, 10:06 PM. Reason: added links

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              #7
              The rotator cuff has many functions. The muscles do the following:

              center the upper arm bone in the socket of the shoulder joint and hold it there
              power arm and shoulder movements
              The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. It is possible to misuse or overuse the joint, which makes it very easy to injure the rotator cuff and other parts of the shoulder.

              People can help prevent injuries by doing exercises to keep the rotator cuff muscles strong and flexible.
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