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    Shoulder pops and clicks

    So just starting doing DB upright rows and my right shoulder pops and clicks. There's no pain so im thinking its something that will just work itself out....but is this a sign of rotator cuff weakness?

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    Up right rows can be dangerous

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    I would avoid the movement if that is the case. If you feel you need to do them perform the exercise with a dumbbell and use one arm at a time. That will allow you to control the path as to place the shoulders in a better position. The barbell forces a very unnatural path for many people (in that exercise).


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    I never really got anything out of upright row.

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    Yeah i think ill just switch them out with something else. Thanks guys

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