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I have been working my left arm overhead position by working on lats, trap and neck. Also, I’ve added some internal rotation work by smashing the bicep/head of the bicep. Recently, I’ve been rolling on my anterior neck and noticed that it triggers some pain on the bicep. After a while, I noticed that my fingers and especially the thumb are tingly.
Should this be a concern? Is it a sign that I need to address other problems? Should I continue to roll on the front of the neck, just less aggressively?