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I feel the same when doing Triceps dumbbell kickbacks , and feel that is because you need to control the weight from going down , you are working against the gravity.As one increases the weight , more tension can be felt in the shoulders and the focus shifts from triceps to shoulders. I found this video/suggestion by noah siegel , an optimum nutrition ...


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Nobody here can tell you "yes, that's normal for you" or "everyone feels that". Simply can't be done over the intertubes. However, one thing that hasn't been mentioned is your form. If you are a little wild/loose with your form, you could be using the rear deltoid to lift your arm/shoulder slightly as you do the kickback. As the rear deltoid is easily ...


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This is a common issue. Your posterior delts need more training. I suggest doing: Rows: or bent over lateral raise: Also, you may want to increase you rest time as follows: If your goal is muscle endurance: 30-45 seconds If your goal is muscle hypertrophy: 60-90 seconds If your goal is strength: 3-5 minutes


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It's not uncommon to develop joint pain that is inflammation related during weightlifting, however inflammation doesn't go away if you keep doing the same things. There's some possibilities as to what's causing the inflammation in the order of likelihood: Overuse of that movement pattern (tension in the rear delt with the arm held close to the body) ...



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