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    "Pinching" feeling in my shoulder when benching and overhead pressing?

    I've been dealing with this on and off for several years, besides it being an annoyance it has not been a big problem for me. Lately however, it has been happening more frequently. I notice this especially while incline bench pressing but also feel it while flat benching and overhead pressing. It's a weird "pinching" sensation in my left shoulder when I go to unrack the bar for bench press (especially on incline bench) and occasionally during the concentric (positive) portion of each rep. It doesn't hurt, but I am just wondering what may be causing the pinching feeling. I also notice my shoulder has been making popping sounds as well when I move my arm around, I haven't had the popping issue before. What could this be, like I said I am not feeling any pain but the pinching feeling and also the popping seem to be concerning.
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    Could be rotator cuff seems like that is usually the problem. Would also do some arm circles to loosen up shoulders POST work out.
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    Warm it up with stretches and light lateral raises before lifting, stay off of it for awhile too. Your body needs time to heal.
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    Originally Posted by tbonestake View Post
    Warm it up with stretches and light lateral raises before lifting, stay off of it for awhile too. Your body needs time to heal.
    Don't WARM up with stretches that's how you injury yourself SRS. some of us actually lift here and don't chit post on the misc from our basement as a virgin no avi.
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    Originally Posted by Realclout View Post
    Don't WARM up with stretches that's how you injury yourself SRS. some of us actually lift here and don't chit post on the misc from our basement as a virgin no avi.
    The fukk are you talking about retard? Dumb fukk idiot, idk what you think I mean but mobility exercises and some light lateral raises before lifting heavier weight help to warm the shoulders up and prevent pinching and clicking. I always warm my shoulders up before OHP and my numbers probably mog yours.



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    Originally Posted by tbonestake View Post
    The fukk are you talking about retard? Dumb fukk idiot, idk what you think I mean but mobility exercises and some light lateral raises before lifting heavier weight help to warm the shoulders up and prevent pinching and clicking. I always warm my shoulders up before OHP and my numbers probably mog yours.



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    Yeah, You rustled. Try not giving such uninformed advice next time. Maybe, Start lifting if you're going to keep LARPING on a bodybuilding forum as somebody who actually lifts.
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    Originally Posted by Realclout View Post
    Yeah, You rustled. Try not giving such uninformed advice next time. Maybe, Start lifting if you're going to keep LARPING on a bodybuilding forum as somebody who actually lifts.
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    Anyone here thats not a medical professional would only be speculating on your issue.
    You may want to seek the advise of a chiropractor or physical therapist on your issue.
    Really it needs to be seen hands on and possibly an x ray to give you the best answer.
    My speculation sounds like a nerve issue.
    The shoulder is a very complex area so it can be a challenging for a good diagnosis.
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