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The shoulder is an amazingly complex joint that allows for a very wide range of motion. The point of the rotator cuff is to keep the ball joint in the middle of the shoulder girdle. It is a stabilizing muscle, not a primary mover. I think it's a big mistake to treat rehab exercises like you would strength exercises. When a physical therapist prescribes ...


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To answer your question, its highly debatable. Some factors you may want to consider:- How heavy did you train, in this case did you go heavy for your bench or did you go light? How much volume(sets/reps) is done on that day(for your bench)? Are you eating in a surplus(eating more than your maintenance). How fast can your body recover(physical and central ...



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