Either you a fighter, gymnast, weightlifter or fitness enthusiast – you might find yourself with some shoulder pain or discomfort after your training sessions.
It could be multiple reasons of your shoulder pain: poor mobility of your shoulders or thoracic spine, lack of stability for pressing patterns and overhead lockouts, lack of strength of rotator cuff and so on.
It is always important to find out what is the real cause of your shoulder pain- so your doctors advise is important and critical in your recovery.
This video has 2 parts:
Stay for 1 week with part 1 movements- monitor how your shoulder feels during and after this practice.
Always start with movements from Part 1. Create Range of Motion that doesn’t cause Shoulder Pain to exceed lever 3 on scale of 10 (10 – would be the worse)
Spend 12-15 min with part 1 movements ( it should be done on daily basis and before your work out)
Obviously stay away from movements that create Shoulder Pain and discomfort in your activity.
After one week of practicing Part 1 start adding 1 exercise from part 2- this way it will be easy to track and monitor what movement works better for you.
We hope that this Shoulder Pain Treatment video will give tools to feel better and return to your full practice sooner!