Chronic Rotator cuff pain...Tendonitis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vidapreta View Post
    shoulder problems suck
    Yeah they do. I'm also going to pay closer attention to form, and I looked up some guidelines on self-rehabbing rotator cuff injuries thanks to this thread...so hopefully in a few weeks I will be back up to par

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    Improving the mobility and strength of my rotator cuffs helped me a lot. Also regulating the volume for upper body work and choosing painless exercises. Turkish get ups are great for shoulders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimiFit View Post
    Improving the mobility and strength of my rotator cuffs helped me a lot. Also regulating the volume for upper body work and choosing painless exercises. Turkish get ups are great for shoulders.
    Same here. Also warming up properly and I credit Super Cissus because it started to improve a couple weeks after I started taking it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbreed View Post
    Same here. Also warming up properly and I credit Super Cissus because it started to improve a couple weeks after I started taking it.
    Good point . Warming up is important for me too. I even do very short stretches (1-5 seconds) between sets.
  

  
 

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