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Old 12-13-2012, 01:09 PM   #9
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I'm with Mikeler on this one, there are a number of exercises that you should incorporate into your routine regardless of whether or not you are going to change your equipment. Those might vary depending on where you feel pain in your shoulder, but you can't go wrong with the throwers 10. I would also suggest, as was suggested to me, to make sure your "big movers" are strong enough because in some cases that can be the problem rather than the small muscles making up the rotator cuff. Big movers would be lats, rhomboids ,trapezius and even deltoids.
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