Woah... lots of replies - thanks for all the help. And sorry it took me so long to answer, I had to answer alot of points and was pretty busy the last few days.
@ sid132, TheDudeAbides:
Alright, good to hear you saying adding some rear delt work won't be a problem, cause I've been reading a ton of posts basically saying "don't fuck with the program!" whenever I read about any 5x5 / 3x5 programms. So I take it just adding something like 3x12 Lateral Raises at the end should be fine. Perhaps even replace chin-/pull-ups with the sternum chinup.
And no, I didn't do any 3x5 or 5x5 programms - so I don't blame my shoulder problems on them either.
If i were absolutely convinced doing them would result in a Injury, I wouldn't have started this thread. But I saw what I percieved as a dysbalance in the programs. Yet I know they work for thousends of people with good results.
I read the Starting Strenght FAQ forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=998224 Wich was pretty interesting and answered some questions for me, but not this one.
Well.. yeah, but so far I've met a few pretty incompetent doc's and physios. Before I'd follow the advice to never do pullups again, or try to hit the rear delt by doing slow pushups.. I'd rather self-diagnose. Though I actually had one doc who did an X-ray of the shoulder, had seen a problem, but didn't really explain it to me. And then he sent me to the incompetent physio.
I probably should restart my investigation of the problem there again. Maybe even have him do a secound X-ray.
I don't have any pain anymore nowadays though. When I had that pain, it would become worse with the slightest movement - a non-specific warmup was enough to make my shoulders feel like they're on fire. I used to have that problem about 1,5 years ago.
Back then I completely laid off training for a while, then trained on and off for a long time and now I want to take it serious again and make some progress.
Seems like we've got a misunderstanding here. I meant to say that rows are the only exercise that hits the rear delts thats actually included in the 5x5 / 3x5 programs.
The sternum chinup seems interesting though. Got any good technique vids on it? I've been searching on youtube but in every single vid I found the commentators said they were not done right.
Don't worry about that - if anything I spend too much time and read from too many different sources. Though the book I mentioned is the only source I have that provides such a detailed look at wich muscle groups are hit by wich exercise. Actually thats the only thing it is about, there are no training plans or nutrition advice or such. I get all of that from T-Nation and other sources online. So the Autor wasn't actually proclaiming a 3x5 / 5x5 program would cause a disbalance, it was only my impression from taking a look at wich of those exercises hit wich muscles.