In the last newsletter I talked about how I developed
constant shoulder pain. Today I'm going to continue
In case you forgot, what happened was over a period
of a couple months, my shoulder started hurting. And
for those first couple months I ignored it since I could
exercise the pain away.
Well guess what started happening?
That's right, eventually my shoulder started to hurt
during exercise. And no matter how many stretches I
did or how thoroughly I warmed up, I couldn't make
it go away.
So my weight lifting began to suffer.
I was no longer able to do the exercises I loved the
most. And those that I could still do, I wasn't getting
any stronger on them.
That's when I decided to take a short break, which was
one of the hardest things for me to do at that time.
Then I had to live not only with being in pain, but knowing
I was getting weaker as well.
But I've got good news for you.
You won't have to take a break like I did, waiting for
your shoulder pain to go away. And guess what? Chances
are the pain won't go away on its own anyway. You
have to attack the problem at its source. The rotator
cuffs are part of it. To find out what the other part is,
head on over to http://www.stopshoulderpain.com now.
P.S. Rotator cuff exercises are only the beginning
when it comes to building strong, healthy shoulders.
Go to http://www.stopshoulderpain.com right now.
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