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Shoulders internal rotation is seen in many exercises (bench press, pull ups, barbell row etc) as the devil, whilst external rotation is suggested without limits. It should be noted that this isn't because internal rotation is uniquely causative of shoulder impingement. It's just that reaching the limits of shoulder rotation during weight training is much ...


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"Don't internally rotate the shoulder during these exercises" is not the same as "never internally rotate your shoulder". There are clear uses for internal rotation of the shoulder in sport and life: punching, swimming, throwing, reaching, and many more. The misunderstanding here may be that internal rotation is a common mistake that ...


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First question: is the choice of working in the scapular plane made to reduce shoulder impingement (like in lateral raises)? If it is, can you explain me why? Does having a 30 degree angle between the elbows and the frontal plane creates space between the humerous and the AC joint for the rotator cuff tissues? No, it's nonsense, seemingly made up by the ...


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