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Shoulder Positioning, Lifter's Shoulder: The Cause & Cure


#1

https://www.t-nation.com/training/lifters-shoulder-the-cause-the-cure

Hey guys,

The following part of this article was spot on for me:

''If your own self-diagnostic findings point to GH-Joint pain and dysfunction, enhancing your dynamic and static shoulder positioning, especially under load, is going to be the one of the most efficient ways to leave pain in the dust while continuing to train hard.''

However, I am having trouble finding material on how to go about enhancing my dynamic and static shoulder positioning.

I am doing a basic strenght program with 1-2 Crossfit metcons per week.

Thanks for any input.


#2

With this information alone it's impossible to diagnose the real problem. I recommend you stop exercising for now and see a physical therapist, preferably one that is specialised in the shoulder joint.