GH Horizontal extension to horizontal flexion is very different from GH extension and flexion. You do one HF exercise you do 2 HE exercises. It doesn't need to be in a day but over the week your joint action should be balanced or in favor of a predetermined ratio such as 2:1 that I have been speaking on.Originally Posted by ChrisW002
Ohhh ok exercises. I thought you meant that ratio every set or rep or something haha. Ok i gotcha. Yeah ill check my routines and make sure they fit that
WTF?Originally Posted by 77sem77
sounds like it could be a long head of biceps tendonopathy at the attachment site on the greater tub/labrum, especially the way you describe the symptoms at end of the clavicle and then distally down the arm. OP take your arm externally rotate it and palpate the tendon in the groove and feel if its irritated. You can ice for pain but keep in mind it has not been proven to increase healing or reduce swelling etc. I used to have a similiar problem from over benching, agree with above to keep elbows externally rotated and tucked by the side when benching. AC joint issues [usually] have trauma associated with them. For now I would avoid benching and perform non painful exercises for chest.