Has anyone actually injured their shoulders doing upright rows correctly?
I am starting to doubt they are dangerous if done correctly, every reputable article says they are dangerous because of the internal rotation of the humerus when the arm is raised up to 90 degrees, but with a shoulder width grip there is no internal rotation of the humerus at all, only of the wrists which shouldnt matter as you only bring the arms up 80 degrees not 90, infact done correctly the humerus follows the scapular plane.
I have seen heaps of videos on youtube and 8/10 do it wrong, either too narrow grip or too wide and bringing it up too high(100degree angle).
I used to do them a while back, arms at shoulder width, back straight chest out, shoulders back with the bar bought up to nipple level (humerus at 80 degrees max) and never had a problem, but then I read that its an exercise that slowly damages your shoulders without notice?
I dont know what to believe.