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    I have dislocated both my shoulders 3-4 times each in a span of 15-20 years (from the age of 15 to 35 roughly) .. playing basketball, rock climbing, mountain biking, etc..
    All were hits, falls and generally traumatic and painful.
    I got x-rays, MRIs, at first, then I just had someone who knew put it back in, strapped it for a few weeks and went about my business.
    After training systematically, with pullups and weights, for a few years I am now in my early forties and feel absolutely no pain or even a tingle..
    Just hang from a pull-up bar at first, then start pullups and presses, increase resistance gradually and your shoulders will be stronger and stop hurting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    got to be a troll.
    I don't have any pain except for a little when I do something I never do in daily life. I'm going to quit lifting.

    Definitely a troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalan View Post
    I don't have any pain except for a little when I do something I never do in daily life. I'm going to quit lifting.

    Definitely a troll.
    I wish I was. I probably subconsciously downplaying the complaints a little bit, because I donít want to believe Iím in bad shape. I definitely have some mild inflammatory type aches and pains throughout the day and a little more with certain movements, just not very bad.

    The point is that a 24 year old should not have arthritic (inflammatory) type pain. Anyway, the MRI will tell.

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    What is your bodyweight/height?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    What is your bodyweight/height?
    6í1, 176lbs

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    Gain 40 pounds and this excruciating pain will go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadsie View Post
    6’1, 176lbs
    You are woefully underfed. Probably bad eating habits you built from high school through college. I had the same things. I was in one point in high school 6'1 and 120 pounds before I ever resolved to try and change myself with exercise. Even adding the exercise in I topped out at 180 before I started to eat more as I got older.

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