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Old 01-05-2013, 03:45 PM   #4
Say Chi Sin Lo
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Sorry I'm usually very good about my grammar and punctuation; I wrote that after getting up from a long needed nap and stretching out some stiffness. Thanks a ton on the advice I'll definitely be using that stretch from now on in my normal routine.

Sorry for hurting your eyes!
How is your shoulder hurting? Is there a particular motion/posture/arm position that triggers the discomfort?

How are your serves? I ask that because tennis players, along with every other throwing-based athletes (like baseball players) should have higher than normal internal rotation. The bulk of a tennis serve (throwing motion), particularly the follow-thru is accomplished by internal rotators of the rotator cuff.
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