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› Forums › General › Tilting head to the right when jerking/snatching / pain in the right shoulder. › Re: Tilting head to the right when jerking/snatching / pain in the right shoulder.
11/06/2013 at 4:56 pm #73134
Forgot to check back in after posting.
Im seeing short-term improvements. If there is alot of pressing/HSPU or stuff i’m back to pain in a couple of days.
I have a deskjob, although im standing all the time when in my office its hard to stand up doing the job at customers since we’re normally put into conference-rooms when auditing which doesn’t help at all.
I started doing Jill Millers thing today and I actually feel it helping.
The ball in the first rib I try out sometimes at home with a kettlebell hanging through a ringband which also helps a bit, but I think it would be better when taping the ball to a barbell (which probably also makes it more durable and easy to perform).
Regarding the delt barbell smash I think this would be a good solution after watching the video.
The more I think about it, the more I realize it looks like the place I get into pain when doing presses and stuff.
Anyway, here is a video of me doing pushpresses yesterday, as you can see I’m tilting my head towards my right shoulder. If I was to take a picture of me without a shirt, my left shoulder would be a bit bigger and slightly more elevated than the right aswell. Could this be something about the problem aswell?
Been to my naprapath for this issue and she can’t correct it at full, just small steps for a bit more even shoulders.