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    Hey guys I’m looking for some shoulder friendly exercises to keep the shoulder pain away. I seem to be getting lots of pain in my shoulders the day after shoulder day if I do any direct overhead pressing with a barbell or dumbbells.
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    You can do some face-pulls with a cable to assist with your general shoulder health. Dumbbell-side lateral and front raise should also be pretty good for you if you don't want to over-head press any weight.

    I'd like to ask why are you feeling shoulder pain the next day though? Do you mean an actual stinging pain from an injury or just D.O.M.S?
    If you need help, don't hesitate to reach out. Let's have a chat.

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    Weight: 75kg [165lb)

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    Squat: 110kgx4
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    Examine your pressing technique and possibly try to find the cause of your shoulder pain.
    You could also have a preexisting issue that irritates something in the shoulder cuff complex that you may want to visit a chiropractor to physical therapist to check for.
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