I may answer my question myself (I know it's stupid actually, after posting a question just a couple of hours before).
I seem to have found a place where you could get the book! (I actually ordered one. I do not really think their online shopping experience is too fantastic - they did not calculat any shipping fee, so I guess they will have to come back to me again, or simply recalculate and charge my card again... or whatever) but, all in all, I seem to have found it. (after a great number of hours online and reading numerous reviews, seeing it listed in many references, etc...)
And it is ONLY $29.95!!! I reckon it's "only" concidering all I've seen already.
anyway, this is a link, they surely have a couple of other quite OK books in stock that are normally quite difficult to get hold of.
I always have great technique with the following, I check my local library and if they do not have what I want, I ask the librarian for an inter-library loan, the library will search throughout the country to find your book and usually this service is free. I have save hundreds and received books from all over the country on a variety of topics.
i bought a copy half a year ago for 100... i went from a 70% tear of my supraspinatus to almost 100%... i didn't get mri after... but its so much better from when i first got injured, physical therapy didn't do much but hammer the shit out of it, when i got the book i took a rest from any weights read the book and then did the exercises from the book and nothing else...
i had more range of motion w/in a month and was able to do the pec stretch w/ out pain probably after 8 months, right now i have minor pain if i externall rotate my shoulder w/ the elbow 90 degrees all the way out and over the head stuff there is a minor discomfort... but it feels really good, im not even benchin that much anymore, just pushups, which i couldn't even do when the injury first started
I agree with you! there's plenty of good articles on this site which touch on shoulder health (directly or not) and the value of good posture, etc.
Somehow, it ("7 minutes R C solution") has become almost a "cult" book in the rotator cuff rehab so I NEED to see this and know how good is "good" From experience, there?s NO book that?s "ultimate" enough!!!
Years ago, I wrote master dissertation on shoulders mobility, listed and described over 80 exercises and still there are many "missing" and needs revising.
I want this book as a reference 'cause from what I know, it is listed in every literature reviue and reference list when somebody is writing about upper body/shoulders injuries.
Apparently, it helped sooo many people, as well. There MUST be something about this book. G. Robinson must have know his stuff, otherwise the book would Not be so much sung about it.
To be perfectly honest, I am putting all my "shit" together to write MY version of a manual for powerlifters and other strength athletes (ok, you can count bodybuilders here, too) to "keep you shoulders in one piece and relatively pain free".
"7 minutes R C Solution" was written in 1990. We have 2006, time to get something more up to date + written by someone who did bench press on more than one occasion. Do you agree??