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I’ve read a slew of articles on helping my shoulder pain, and it’s… Better-ish. But I completely rid myself of tendonitis (tendonosis? I had it for like 6 months) and a vast majority of back pain by asking people on forums, personal experience trumps all imo.
The pain is definitely isolated right around my “shoulder knob” and my flexibility is crap, which is what I’m currently working on.
In short, over head pressing is completely put of the question for me. Benching is usually okay, but I definitely start to feel pain at the 265-275 mark. I work at a plant nursery and definitely notice the most pain day to day when my arms pass horizontal (unloading trucks, or leaning over and pushing things). From what I’ve gathered it’s definitely related to internally rotated shoulders, but I’m not opposed to other possibilities.
So, from personal experience, can anyone tell me things they did that immediately suppressed some of the pain, as well as ultimately healed them?
Side note: 6’3" male, 210lbs. Started cold stretching every day for about 30 minutes a few weeks ago with massive overall improvement.