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Shoulder friendly pressing work
« on: February 23, 2013, 09:18:55 am »
Hey guys, haven't been active on here in ages. The reason why is that my right shoulder has been a bitch for a very long time. First I had some mild irritation of the supraspinatus and biceps tendon. I tried to "train through" it but obviously I just made it worse... One morning I woke up and could barely lift my right arm.  Went to a doctor and made an MRI he told me that I had a slap-lesion and that I need to get surgery or otherwise I wouldn't be able to recover....  Here I am now: About a year and lots of physiosessions/rehab work later, with a shoulder that is almost feeling back to normal. (~80%, still a bit stiff/achy at times)
Startet working out seriously in the gym about 3 months ago, pretty much everything is ok for my shoulder besides heavy back squatting and overhead pressing work, which feels funnys around my ac-joint area. So which pressing exercises should I try besides the benchpressing variations I'm doing right now, any ideas? Dips?Pushups?... Are there other suggestions and things I have to consider to get (keep) my shoulder completely healthy?

PEace  :lololol: