i thnk i fucked up my right shoulders :wtc:

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  1. LS Boy

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    im starting to have a "stretct" pain by my ANTERIOR and LATERAL DELTOIDS area.

    weird thing is....it hurts for the first 1-2 sets....then after that its fine. Well at least the pain kinda goes away and im still able to increase the weights im lifting.

    not only it affects my DB/BB Press, it also bothers me when i do Bench.


    any advice? :hs:
     
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    yea i think it happened after i did the 125lb db bench :wtc:
     
  4. Skeletor

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    You only have one right shoulder. There are, however, different parts of the deltoid. Big difference.
     
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    i have the same type of issue
     
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    :fawk:
     
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    take several weeks off?
     
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    sounds like bicep tendonitis especially if its ok after a few sets. Personally i would lighten the pressing movements, do more rear delt and shoulder stabilization movements.
     
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