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Old 08-23-2016, 08:39 PM
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A1, I've tried some dumbbell movements over the years and seem to stray away from them. Seems I've always had to compensate for my messed up shoulder. Dumbell movements were just painful, be it shoulder press, bench press, or even flyes.

I'm guessing my stabilizer muscles are weak as I've always relied on the structure of a fixed plane of a machine or smith machine. I always seemed to be able to warm up and work through the pain with a machine movement.
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