I've got a pain in my left shoulder that has been sticking around for about 10 days. I noticed it first after chest/bicep day last week. I didn't notice anything during the workout, but immediately after the workout I noticed by should hurt when I lifted my left arm.
If I lift my arm straight out to the side as if doing a lateral raise, with my palm to the ground, I get no pain. However, if I rotate my arm, so my thumb is pointing down when I raise my arm, I get pain on the front/inside of the shoulder. If arm straight down is 0 degrees, and arm straight out to the side is 90 degrees, I start getting pain around 70 degrees until just past parallel with the ground at about 100 degrees. After that I can raise my arm all the way straight up with no pain.
Anyone know what this could be and if it's anything to worry about?
In the last week I've only done one workout and it was real lightweight with no dips/bench/any other shoulder aggravating exercise.
Thread: Pain in shoulder...what is it?