The shoulder is a highly mobile joint. Because of that mobility, it is also highly susceptible to injury…. and pain.
Believe me, I know.
- The younger me used to lift ridiculously heavy weights without ever feeling pain…or giving a darn about the health of my joints.
- The older me wishes the younger me hadn’t been so stupid.
At one point, my shoulders were in constant pain. I couldn’t sleep without a shoulder aching and an arm falling asleep. It wasn’t good.
And then I found Dick Hartzell, Jump-Stretch Bands and the wonder of his joint traction exercises.
It will take a bit of time, but this stuff is magic for fixing jammed up shoulders.
NOTE: If you’re already doing physical therapy for shoulder pain/injury, please discuss this article with your physio.
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