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    Shoulder plan

    Whatís everyone doing for shoulders?

    Coming back from a rotator cuff tear and looking to pick things up a bit. Any one lift stand above the rest for you guys

    Thanks in advance

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    Iím just coming back from pec and shoulder surgery i keep my shoulder lifts basic with lateral raises front raises and rear delt flys. I keep the weight light and just go for volume.

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    Nasty Bam I know how you feel brother I'm also just starting back from a rotator cuff & pec tendon tear surgery myself only been 4 months. Dr told told me to keep it light with alot of volume. I hope you the best on your come back from the surgery.

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    Military Press with barbell
    Front Raise with dumbbells regular or hammer grip
    Side Raise with dumbbells or machine
    Rear Delts with dumbbells
    Shrugs with barbell

    Make sure you warm up good with a 2.5lb

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    Quote Originally Posted by juiceddawg View Post
    Nasty Bam I know how you feel brother I'm also just starting back from a rotator cuff & pec tendon tear surgery myself only been 4 months. Dr told told me to keep it light with alot of volume. I hope you the best on your come back from the surgery.
    Itís rough man honestly i think the surgery was worse than the actual tear bro. I had my surgery back in April and it still doesnít feel right. Good luck to you too brother! Make sure you get some bpc and TB speed up that healing too.

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    Shoulders Felt great doing this today. Thanks

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    Itís brutal man. Been going light but itís taking a while to get back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasty-Bam View Post
    Itís rough man honestly i think the surgery was worse than the actual tear bro. I had my surgery back in April and it still doesnít feel right. Good luck to you too brother! Make sure you get some bpc and TB speed up that healing too.
    BPC-157^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nattynate View Post
    Whatís everyone doing for shoulders?

    Coming back from a rotator cuff tear and looking to pick things up a bit. Any one lift stand above the rest for you guys

    Thanks in advance
    Monday The 13th Iím having rotator cuff surgery itís barley torn so Iím gonna get it fixed beifre it gets worse

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    Bradford Presses (OHP alternating front to back of head). 5x5 heavy.
    Side Laterals (high reps)
    Rear Delt Raises (high reps)
    Shrugs

    Front delts get plenty from benching already...
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    Two words:

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    Cage or wall presses are always good. Also start working on some spider crawls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skip Foursome View Post
    Two words:

    Smith Machine
    I always wanted to try that for my shitty shoulders. I feel like you don't have to. How do I say it. Like balance or steady the weight? . Just press it. Is that the jist of how they work. The same way the weight stack doesn't swing on resistance machines because the stack has a rod thru it?
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    Bullseye Forever wishing you the very best on your surgery & also on your recovery brother.

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    The last few yrs I've had to change almost everything I thought I knew to work around new and old injuries..I discovered many of my old exercises did more damage than good as the yrs pass..And what I found about shoulders...heavy presses Will get something down the road..and I loved doing them..on the Smith..

    But today with cervical nerve damage I have to work around what works and doesn't irritate the problem..
    And band work...with a modified upright row movement..works great..no popping joints or pain..shoulders have never looked better..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wardamn View Post
    Cage or wall presses are always good. Also start working on some spider crawls.
    Ole Meadows approach, I like.

    Spider crawls are the most deceiving exercise I can think of......

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