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jamieaIcon...11-03-2011 @ 09:09 
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No sure if this is part of of the issue with mine my right audiably clicks if I put my arm to the side and lower it kind of like a lateral eccentric I`m presuming its the ball popping out of the socket and back in. I`ve having good results with a rehab thing I`ve found on you tube if you search under disel crew shoulder rehab protocol.

I would have thought your shoulders would be quite solid with the flexibility you were displaying at st ives with the overhead squats to warm up.
Tony_BonnerIcon...11-03-2011 @ 09:38 
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Post Edited: 11.03.2011 @ 09:38 AM by Tony_Bonner
Smalls, does it not hurt?? I subluxed my knee a few years back and it hurt like f**k, as well as being in a cast for a month. Mind you, I guess knees aren't supposed to move as freely as shoulders
MrSmallIcon...11-03-2011 @ 09:51 
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Thanks for the replies guys, all very helpful!

No pain at all Tony. I've had it since I can remember and can do it at will. My knees overextend, as do my elbows, so I guess its all part of the package for me!

I'll get to work on strengthening all the little muscles around my shoulders and traps then, and see how we fair in a few weeks. External rotations were pretty hard, so fingers crossed that's the main weak point maybe.
MrSmallIcon...11-03-2011 @ 09:53 
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jamiea said:No sure if this is part of of the issue with mine my right audiably clicks if I put my arm to the side and lower it kind of like a lateral eccentric I`m presuming its the ball popping out of the socket and back in. I`ve having good results with a rehab thing I`ve found on you tube if you search under disel crew shoulder rehab protocol.

I would have thought your shoulders would be quite solid with the flexibility you were displaying at st ives with the overhead squats to warm up.


Yeah I've had a look at the diesel crew stuff, I've taken some ideas from them already.
Flexibility is not strength sadly!
JamieCIcon...11-03-2011 @ 19:38 
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Seconded to go see Prof Funk, he is my boss! Check out www.shoulderdoc.co.uk, it's his website and has a ton of information that you will find useful.

Basically for joint laxity such as yours the only option besides surgery is strengthening the muscles that support the joint. This means lots of rotator cuff and scapular stability work. I have a few videos on my blog of exercises you might try, go to http://strengthconditioning1.blogspot.com and go through the past posts. Diesel crew have some good stuff; also search for Eric Cressey, he has some good advice.
JamieCIcon...11-03-2011 @ 19:39 
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Also, flexibility work is not your friend if you have lax joints, so avoid!
MrSmallIcon...11-03-2011 @ 19:50 
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Thanks a lot! My flexibility is excellent Grin
BoarIcon...11-03-2011 @ 20:13 
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National get ups are simply awesome for shoulder health !
MrSmallIcon...15-03-2011 @ 13:46 
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Post Edited: 15.03.2011 @ 13:46 PM by MrSmall
They will be nailed Johnny.

Do you guys think I should avoid strict overhead press or bench press for now?
RicoIcon...15-03-2011 @ 13:47 
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Post Edited: 15.03.2011 @ 13:48 PM by Rico
MrSmall said:They will be nailed Johnny.

Do you guys think I should avoid strict overhead press or bench press for now?


Low weight/high rep stuff should be ok. It worked for me when i buggered my shoulder. Also try and do some sort of shoulder rehab each session regardless of what you are training.

Edit: typo
mikex101Icon...16-03-2011 @ 08:28 
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My left shoulder suffered with something similar (never got it diagnosed) for years when i was younger. Just weight training has helped but major improvements came from

Face pulls
Cuban press
Dislocates with bands/ bars
Interna/external horizontal and vertical rotations with cabels

Normally done on bench day
RodgerIcon...16-03-2011 @ 08:33 
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JamieC said:Seconded to go see Prof Funk, he is my boss! Check out www.shoulderdoc.co.uk, it's his website and has a ton of information that you will find useful.

Basically for joint laxity such as yours the only option besides surgery is strengthening the muscles that support the joint. This means lots of rotator cuff and scapular stability work. I have a few videos on my blog of exercises you might try, go to http://strengthconditioning1.blogspot.com and go through the past posts. Diesel crew have some good stuff; also search for Eric Cressey, he has some good advice.


Ah does your wife work there too mate? I saw her after my operation.
My shoulder really good now

Happy
MrSmallIcon...16-03-2011 @ 09:53 
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Thanks guys, all valuable info!!
mikex101Icon...16-03-2011 @ 10:02 
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forgot scap pushups too
MrSmallIcon...16-03-2011 @ 12:01 
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Are band dislocations a rehab exercise or a flexibility exercise??

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