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Shoulder Injury and Prevention

Create: 07/24/2010 - 00:10
Shoulder Injury and Prevention Applications for the Bench Press Exercise by Ramsey Rodriguez, NSCA, CSCS What do you hear when you ask someone, “what’s wrong with your shoulder?” The most common response is: "...well the doctor thinks it’s my Rotator Cuff muscle, but that’s it." Typically, rest followed by ice and/or aspirin is recommended. This might work if it’s the first time you have strained you Rotator Cuff(s); however, when it becomes a recurring condition, then it needs to be re-addressed beyond the ‘rest/ice/aspirin’ remedy. you can read the full article here.

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Submitted by powerdoc on
[quote=admin] Shoulder Injury and Prevention Applications for the Bench Press Exercise by Ramsey Rodriguez, NSCA, CSCS What do you hear when you ask someone, “what’s wrong with your shoulder?” The most common response is: "...well the doctor thinks it’s my Rotator Cuff muscle, but that’s it." Typically, rest followed by ice and/or aspirin is recommended. This might work if it’s the first time you have strained you Rotator Cuff(s); however, when it becomes a recurring condition, then it needs to be re-addressed beyond the ‘rest/ice/aspirin’ remedy. you can read the full article here. [/quote]

Submitted by powerdoc on
Sorry, but stretching the pec minor that way will lead to an unstable anterior capsule. Lie face up on a foam roller with your arm out to the side for 2-3 minutes. This static stretch works better. Doing any exercise for the posterior deltoid or the external rotators with the thumbs down (empty can) can lead to irritation of the supraspinatus tendon. Keep the hands in neutral or thumbs up (full can) is the best position.

Submitted by Jon Rock on
[quote=powerdoc]Sorry, but stretching the pec minor that way will lead to an unstable anterior capsule. Lie face up on a foam roller with your arm out to the side for 2-3 minutes. This static stretch works better. Doing any exercise for the posterior deltoid or the external rotators with the thumbs down (empty can) can lead to irritation of the supraspinatus tendon. Keep the hands in neutral or thumbs up (full can) is the best position.[/quote]lol! i knew you would respond to this post. couldnt agree more. best pt/ dc in the game!

Submitted by powerdoc on
[quote=Jon Rock][quote=powerdoc]Sorry, but stretching the pec minor that way will lead to an unstable anterior capsule. Lie face up on a foam roller with your arm out to the side for 2-3 minutes. This static stretch works better. Doing any exercise for the posterior deltoid or the external rotators with the thumbs down (empty can) can lead to irritation of the supraspinatus tendon. Keep the hands in neutral or thumbs up (full can) is the best position.[/quote]lol! i knew you would respond to this post. couldnt agree more. best pt/ dc in the game! [/quote] Thanks Jon