I have been having a problem with my left shoulder that feels like an impingement. It has gotten worse over time and I have always done chin-ups as well. Recently, when I was researching "safe" shoulder exercises, someone who seemed knowledgable, said to eliminate vertical pulls to aid in recovery and avoid future shoulder issues.
As I am a real laymen with regard to anatomy/physical therapy etc., I am hoping to purchase something like "Assess & Correct", but for now I was looking for some education on whether this is a good recommendation and, if so, what lat exercises to do? Bent over rows and seated rows seem redundant (although a different grip is used, but without vertical pulls, it doesn't leave you much.
Thanks for any help.