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    Unhappy grinding shoulders? rotator cuff injury?

    so i was hitting my 4 rep weight on bench (225, don't hate, i only have a year working out, and i had surgery on my ACL 4 months ago lol) and at the second or third rep my shoulder gave out and the bar dropped on me. for the past 2 weeks i've been having a little crunchiness/grinding inside my shoulder. i can't feel it but if i place my other hand over my left shoulder and perform an arm circle i get this little crunchy/grindy feeling in the muscle.

    i couldn't have torn my rotator cuff because still have full mobility in my shoulders, but they pop whenever i curl, clean, or bench. my friend told me to take off 2 weeks from working shoulders / bench, which is what he had to do when he was a football player. thing is i started taking my first AAS cycle 12 days ago (super-DMZ rx, it's a designer from ironmag labs containing dymethazine and a "tren" PH) and i'm barely getting the effects, so how long would it take for it to heal? any chance of it just being sore joints from the dymethazine (it is after all, a dry compound).

    thanks in advance guys!

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    great exercise for shoulder rehab from injury

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    You really need to take some time off training your upper body. My brother had a similar niggle in his shoulder, he trained through it and it eventually resulted in him having to take two-months out. Stick to lower body exercises for two to four weeks.

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    yea take some time off, or just stop training shoulders directly! they will be getting worked in other exercises anyway.

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    I would get it checked out just in case. Make sure you are giving yourself adequate time to recover before diving into another intense workout.

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