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FIX SHOULDER PAIN (3 EASY WAYS)

Of all the joints in the body that cause the most problems, shoulders easily take the cake because they’re involved in so many different upper body movements.

That’s why in today’s article, I’m going to give you three ways to fix shoulder pain.

I’m confident that if you do these three things, you’ll keep your shoulders in great shape now and for as long as you want to stay active. Let’s get into it.

1. Stop Doing Whatever Makes Your Shoulders Hurt

When you lift weights, the tissues in your muscles, tendons, and joints sustain small amounts of damage. Between workouts, your body repairs as much of the wear and tear as it can. If you allow enough time for recovery in between workouts, these tissues get stronger and more durable over time.

Sometimes, though, this wear and tear builds up faster than your body can repair it, and that’s when you get those nagging injuries.

As mentioned earlier, the single biggest mistake people make when dealing with repetitive stress injuries is they ignore the early warning signs and keep training as normal… Like when you feel a pin-pricking feeling in your shoulder during a bench press, but then you hang up the weight, stretch a bit, and get back to it.

Sometimes the pain goes away on its own, but most of the time, you’re just digging yourself into a deeper hole. This is how a minor pain can grow into a debilitating injury that sidelines you for months… and may become a major problem in the future.

Luckily, one of the solutions is simple - rest.

But of course, the frustrating part is that some injuries can take a while to heal, which means taking weeks or even months away from the activity that caused the injury. If you’re dealing with shoulder pain, you may have to take time off foundational exercises like bench press, chest flys, side lateral raise, military press… a lot of lifts that you probably don’t want to skip.

The silver lining here is that you don’t have to stop exercising altogether. Studies show that active rest, doing light activity but avoiding anything that causes pain, can help you heal faster. And if you want to heal even faster than that, don’t go anywhere without checking out the last tip on this list.

So, as a general rule, the best way to reduce shoulder pain is to move your shoulder as much as possible without experiencing any pain, and specifically, keep away from any shoulder exercise that’s giving you fits.

2. Improve Shoulder Mobility

If you’re lacking shoulder flexibility, you should focus on two things to improve it:

First - ensure you’re not neglecting your back muscles in your training. An imbalance between chest and back development is one of the most common causes of shoulder problems.

Second - do shoulder flexibility exercises several times per week.

If you do both of these things, you can get rid of nagging shoulder pain and prevent it in the future.

When it comes to shoulder flexibility exercises, there are a few points to remember:

First - don’t stretch before weightlifting because this can increase the risk of shoulder injury. Stretch after your weightlifting, or at another time altogether.

Second - don’t try to push through tightness. The goal when you’re practicing shoulder flexibility isn’t to try and blast through sticking points. If you do that, you’ll likely injure yourself.

Instead, stop when you first feel your shoulders getting tight, hold that position for 5 seconds, and release. You have to be patient when you’re working on increasing mobility. Take it slow at first, especially if you’re nursing an injury.

A good place to start is practicing shoulder flexibility is with the exercises below. Perform 2 sets of 10 reps, with 60 seconds of rest in between each set. Do this twice per week.

Here are some shoulder mobility exercises you can do from home or following your workout at the gym

3. Try Bullet Proof Joint Support

Let me start this section by saying that I highly recommend the first two ways to fix shoulder pain… and no supplement is going to come through for you if you’re reckless about your shoulder health.

But if you want to get the fastest relief from shoulder pain possible, so you can get back in the gym and be at your best, there’s no substitute for a good, proven joint support supplement.

There are certain ingredients that have been scientifically proven to help protect and support your joints while at the same time soothing joint pain and inflammation that you may be currently struggling with. And I’m willing to bet, you aren’t taking these ingredients. The reason I say that is because new research is coming out and showing that joint support supplements that everyone once thought we “all that” are now being shown to have little more than a placebo effect on people.

So that’s why the team and I here at Muscle Monsters set out to create a new joint support formula that’s based on the latest scientific research.

And that’s exactly what we did with our new supplement— Bullet Proof.

Bullet Proof is an advanced joint support formula featuring the world’s top ingredients for unbeatable joint health and function no matter age or activity level. Those ingredients are UC II undenatured type 2 collagen (the only form of collagen proven in studies to relieve joint pain and provide support), curcumin (paired with piperine to make it 2000% more effective at reducing hyper-inflammation), Pycnogenol (the world’s most potent antioxidant to support healthy levels of joint inflammation), and 5-loxin (shown in studies to help improve joint mobility and range of motion).

We didn’t hold anything back when we created Bullet Proof because if you want to see the best results from your training and get the most out of life, you need healthy joints. Period.

So don’t click off this page without grabbing your supply of Bullet Proof for a discount by clicking here.

 

 

Combine Bullet Proof with the other two tips I gave you in this article and you can wave goodbye to shoulder pain for good.

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