Why does the back of my shoulder hurt when I do push-ups?
Although push-ups can be a nice body weight exercise when preformed with good form, they predominantly work the muscles on the front of your arms and shoulders. This can negatively impact the posture of your shoulder, pulling your shoulders into a more forward position over time, when done in isolation.
Are pull-ups bad for your shoulders?
But they are important for long-term shoulder health. A pullup engages all your important shoulder and back muscles — your lats, pectoral muscles, rhomboids and trapezius. A pullup also opens your chest, a counter movement to the hunched seated position.
Can pull-ups hurt your rotator cuff?
Wide and reverse pull-ups demonstrate several kinematics patterns that are linked with increased shoulder injury risk (rotator cuff pathology such as impingement).
What injuries can you get from pull-ups?
But people who don’t have enough latissimus dorsi strength to begin with may compensate by using their upper trapezius and pectoral muscles. And, like the lat pull-down, doing pull-ups with improper form can lead to injuries, particularly shoulder impingement. Hand position is also important.
Is it OK to do pull ups everyday?
Performing pull ups every day is not recommended for beginner fitness levels. Rest and recovery time is needed to ensure you avoid stress and strain on your joints and muscles. Add pull ups to your regular fitness routine, and perform them every two to three days to see the most benefit.