Severly pulled tendon/muscle in my best shoulder while trying to rehab the other 13 days ago. I believe it was where the long head of the bicept ties into the shoulder. Couldn't move my arm for 3 days and pushup was out of the question 7 days post injury. Attempted a pushup with sharp pain still present 10 days post injury. Took 10 days off from doing anything other than a little running. 13 days after the injury I'm just starting to work back into it slowly.
No idea what the future holds as I typically take it day by day. This may have been a sign from the good lord to take some time to rest my shoulders. 6 years of Crossfit and never had a shoulder issue. I don't think this is related to age although I think my body went through some changes at 42. I'm seeing a lot of shoulder injuries from a lot of young athletes today and never remember seeing of this the first 6 years. Why? I think we're all pushing weights and reps at a very intense level relative to what we are capable of because of size, flexibility, etc. I think we've finally crossed that line where it must be addressed
I'm addressing it and on a mission. If I find a cure, I will be sharing it.