Our expert says:
Firstly, the best advice would be to see a Biokineticist, who having assessed your strength, can prescribe a "shoulder" programme specific to your needs. Yes, it will cost more than getting free advice from a "guy in the gym", but you'll be assured of a professional, individualised programme.
Also consider visiting 2 good websites for articles on rehab exercises. The second article is about swimmers, but still has some effective exercises.
1. http://www.orthoinfo.aaos.org and click on the shoulder.
I hope this advice helps.
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