Hi. I found it was important to really tense my hand, arm, and shoulder muscles when doing these hangs–not just when hanging, but before, to kind of set up my body. If you are turning, maybe your shoulder is sliding out of position? I would say, just because you had a dislocation, and you don’t want to get injured just as the season starts, perhaps you should do the hangs on your injured side with an assist, for example, by placing one foot lightly on the floor, or using a rubber band aid, or some kind of thing to reduce the resistance. I would think you would want your injured arm to align itself in the “straight” position, or, at least, in the same position as your other, non-injured side. As you get stronger, hopefully you would be able to hold the same position with both arms. I guess that the fact that you had a dislocation, and that arm seems to be behaving differently, even if it’s pain free (for now) raises some red flags for me, and I would proceed with caution. My feelings is that it’s always better to be a little weaker and healthy vs. injured!
One arm tool hangs – spinning
Been doing the 8 week workout set in addition to the hangs and lockoffs. Recovering from a shoulder dislocation so taking it pretty easy and feeling stronger as have been working hard on it with physio.
When I go to do one arm hangs, my dominant (non-injured) arm seems pretty stable. When I do my weaker arm, seem to almost do a 90 degree turn.
Is this a sign of instability, and if so, how do I address it? Want to get back on ice with a bit more confidence
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