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Old 09-01-2008, 03:40 PM   #8
Steven Low
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Add some more horizontal pulling strength work, and external rotation strength work (only do side lying external rotations and some cuban presses).

I strongly suspect that your IR/ER imbalance and weak posterior shoulder area are causing your pain. When you jerk if your shoulder isn't balanced, the instability of your muscles to balance the weight right away can cause pain just like any other related imbalances.
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