after having surgery to repair my labrum, i developed Snapping Scapula Syndrome, which was just diagnosed by my surgeon. He said even before my surgery my lower and middle traps were very weak, and now they are even weaker. He told me to attack my rehab more agressively in the prone raises department, and do rows. No upper body pushes.
After reading many articled i have also seen that besides raises and rows, i have to activate my serratus anterior. I was first informed of this by a Cressey article. Does anyone know of any good exercises for Snapping Scapula Syndrome, i am doing the raises, rows, and scap pushes-