I hear the shoulders are a pretty problematic area and get injured often. People are very vague when describing them "dont do upright rows, they bad for shoulders" or "benching effed up my shoulders".
I'd like to be as careful as possible with shoulder health.
I've been doing lateral cable raises since my lat delts are still rather small from only doing presses and not direct work. I start with the cable on the bottom, grab with opposite hand and walk out so there's tension in the cable, and pull directly across my body (cable touching body). My arm is bent and the last part of the movement is like a quarter circle, so tracking my hand would give a sloped line and then a curve upwards at the top of the movement. The negative is very controlled and just a reversal of the cable path.
Tension in lat delts is much higher after 3x16 of this. however the next days i notice my shoulder feels funny (not sure if injury or soreness, no pain though), especially near the back end if i rotate my shoulders with my hands in the air in a circular movement.
i know this is vague and useless, but was wondering if anyone else experienced weird feelinsg in shoulders while doing lateral raises or cables, or can recognize a form issue that is notorious for exploding shoulders. thanks