Symptoms are vague and fluctuating: neck pain + stiffness, shoulder pain + weakness, arm pain + weakness.
Some days are completely pain free, others it bothers me all day.
I can usually reproduce symptoms by lifting weights (esp overhead), wearing a heavy backpack.
Sometimes weights don't hurt and driving does.
Indications: weakness, atrophy.
However, before that, I wanted to quantify my weakness, so I had an @sbntechnology AxIT session with @phsyioyves.
He said "That's interesting, but what do the results mean?"
Until recently, I didn't actually know.
I should have developed 'comprehensive capacity' ala @GregLehman to deal with my painful + weak shoulder.
It seems for this issue #youcantgowrongettingstrong
In the snatch, there is not only an asymmetry in numbers (34L/41R), but I was at my limit for my L, but not my R.
However I could still lift decent weights for decent reps overall. #adaptation
This makes me think.
If I had just got my shoulder strong again, I would either have no pain anymore, or a strong and painful shoulder (then what?).
In searching for a shortcut, I took the longer route.