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Shoulder rehab
« on: June 27, 2016, 07:49:15 AM »
It's been a bit over 2.5 years since I injured my shoulder. I was doing back handsprings and landed on my shoulder with my arm extended. I had it looked at by a gymnastics instructor friend of mine and a kinesiology friend and both said it was a pull and would take a while to rehab.
I'm noticed with pullups and suspended pushups using rings that it doesn't really bother my shoulder. Doing L sits from rings and overhead presses even of 80lbs bothers my into the next day though. Any suggestions for continuing to get the shoulder better or am I just going to have to find alternative workout and forget about L sits and overhead presses?
Every time I watch American Ninja Warrior it makes me miss the stuff I used to be able to do more and more. I want to get back into great shape again.

Thanks ahead of time for any help.

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Re: Shoulder rehab
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2018, 11:49:43 PM »
Doing rehab is a good option and most of the athletes prefer to do rehabs instead of surgery. If you are still facing shoulder trouble after 2.5 years of rehab, i would recommend getting a shoulder surgery.
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