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    Rotator cuff pushed forward?

    Occasionally after chest or shoulders. Front of my shoulders hurt and it's usually the rotator cuff. Based off this picture can you guys tell if my rotator cuff is pushed forward a little too much? Believe it's called anterior rotator cuff

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    There's no such thing as an anterior rotator cuff, there's simply the rotator cuff. If you're experiencing pain, that's likely a flexibility/mobility issue.
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    Probably should have an experience coach/lifter take a look at your form. Both of these lifts require proper form in order to lift more while preventing injuries.
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    You probably mean the anterior delt - which gets developed by bench pressing.

    There are various parts of the shoulder which could be aggravated in that region including underneath the anterior delt - but we'd be guessing if we tried to say what it was. You need to be examined by a sports physio.

    In terms of training, make sure you are balancing upper back work with pressing. In particular, do rear delt work like facepulls, upper trap work like overhead shrugs, scapular retractions like rows to the chest (the reverse of the bench press movement).
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    Examine the movements your doing and which bring on pain when your finished.
    If you feel your shoulder is out see a medical professional ,chiropractor or physical therapist for an accurate answer.
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