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Thread: Recurring shoulder pain
03-15-2010, 07:23 AM #18
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03-15-2010, 07:52 PM #26
yo the black and white pictures are sexy lololol
03-16-2010, 11:13 AM #27
@blindaim...wow...thanks a ton. ..i really appreciate ur effort...the pics are gr8...
just to chk if i got it right..post# 12-16 for warm ups
post #17-20 are the exercise...btw...how many sets (and wht weights) should i start with considering the fact that i'm skinny ..and i intend to build strength rather than muscle mass
i'm not sure abt the exercises in post#21-23...are they for the shoulder too..?
Once again..gr8 job...keep it up
03-16-2010, 12:26 PM #28
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03-18-2010, 08:00 PM #30
sayem i will answer your question tonight , busy in office.
03-19-2010, 10:24 PM #31
17 onward is to strengthen your muscles.
u should do 10 repetition per set.
increase the weight gradually until u feel u r struugling with rep 8 , 9 and 10.
do 3 sets per exercise.
rest around 2 mins per set/exercise.
all the exercise i into is for shoulder.
03-20-2010, 05:32 AM #32
@ dangulberry and @ blindaim: Thank u all !!
03-30-2010, 10:29 PM #33
Same problem here. Found any cure?
I have a similar problem and my research points to what they call Shoulder Impingement Syndrome which plagues people who do a lot of overhead games like tennis, badminton, swimming, etc. My problem has persisted for 6 months now and i have stopped playing for 2 months. I even wake up in middle of the night due to the ache/pain. Like you i also find that if i play, the pain goes away after the 1st set and the shoulder is fine for a few days after. Then the pain returns...but recently i find the pain getting more consistent so i stopped.
Standard treatments are long course of anti-imflammation drugs NSAIDs and steroid injections. In extreme cases operation. I am currently trying Chinese medicine.
Anyway keep each other posted on this especially if you find a cure.
03-31-2010, 03:39 AM #34
rest is the main thing for you.
At the same time, you may try some exercise from Chinese physician.
Here is an example.
1) Stand next to a wall which your painful arm facing to the wall.
One hand distance from the wall.
2) raise your hand from the side till your shoulder height if u could.
3) use your finger, "walking" upwards. Until your should cant take it.
4) Open your palm rest on the wall, press your body to the wall. which pressure on your shoulder and arm.
Repeat it, it will help to relieve your injury.
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