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post #33947 of 46906
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Not all shoulder pains are cuff injuries. Both of mine ended up being nasty trigger points in my upper back

This x100
post #33948 of 46906
Yea but upward rotation sounds like something's wrong with one of the external rotators. Or a rib but I'm not about to go into explaining how that works to a beginner.
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i couldnt lift my arm over my head, reach it behind my back, or move it laterally (think turning a steering wheel) without pain; it turned out to be a trigger point underneath my lats. actually, come to think of it, it may have been in the subscap which is part of the rotator cuff....

...even so, a little bit of trigger point therapy will work wonders. i doubt a newbie on spbr could manage to fuck up his rotator cuffs to any degree of meaningful severity.
post #33950 of 46906
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Yea but upward rotation sounds like something's wrong with one of the external rotators. Or a rib but I'm not about to go into explaining how that works to a beginner.

Literally impossible to diagnose without imaging of some sort. So much shoulder pathology mimics other pathology that even doing an in-person exam is inconsistent. Basing it off of just his explanation is even less likely to be an accurate diagnosis.
post #33951 of 46906
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Literally impossible to diagnose without imaging of some sort. So much shoulder pathology mimics other pathology that even doing an in-person exam is inconsistent. Basing it off of just his explanation is even less likely to be an accurate diagnosis.

Good point, I completely agree. Shoulder is a fickle bitch.
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Link don't work
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bah figures.
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I played hockey tonight and tweaked my groin making a save. Pretty mad since I have to squat tomorrow, but whatever. I get ready for bed (read: only wearing boxers) and start rolling out my groin on a lacrosse ball on the ground when my girlfriends sister walks in to ask me something... laugh.gif
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Found out gym membership expired yesterday (rest day). Walked in today paying $10 for one day (2 hours). It's been 2 years I think it's time to post an update, but first food.
post #33958 of 46906
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Jesus, I did 5x10 deficit straight-legged deads the other day after squats and I can barely tie my fucking shoes today.
post #33959 of 46906
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

i couldnt lift my arm over my head, reach it behind my back, or move it laterally (think turning a steering wheel) without pain; it turned out to be a trigger point underneath my lats. actually, come to think of it, it may have been in the subscap which is part of the rotator cuff....

...even so, a little bit of trigger point therapy will work wonders. i doubt a newbie on spbr could manage to fuck up his rotator cuffs to any degree of meaningful severity.

What did you have to do to fix it? As of right now there isn't anymore pain compared to Monday but still isn't 100%.

Sometimes I can feel and hear my should pop if I raise my shoulder up. Also if I do a rowing motion and raise my arm laterally it irritates my shoulder.

I don't know, it really doesn't do much to tell you guys but whatever haha. I guess I will have to see someone if it gets worse.
post #33960 of 46906
Too much food, bloated

And it's 1130AM ffffuuuu.gif

Do you still eat late jarude and get bloated feeling in the morning? Ugh
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