Franks, it's good to see you're stil out there. A lot of shoulder issues can be corretced by doing more rowing. Do lots of volume of both vertical and horizontal rows.
Do you have any more specific description of your issue?
Yea, I've been working out most all of the time, all this time, but my left shoulder has some pain when I first start a bp, so I start off with a little less than half the weight I use for the bp and do 15 reps, then down to 10 reps with 70%, then 100% for the next two sets. The pain sort of goes away after about the second set on the bp, but yesterday the pain didn't go away when doing the sp.
I don't think I have pain when doing lat. or front raises. Btw, most everything you have told me in the past I've tried to put into place, except full body 3 times per week. Now I'm doing lets say upper today, then skip a day, then lower, skip a day and back to upper and so on. I don't get two days off in a row, but get 3 days off in between doing upper, like bp, and lower and still hit all twice per week.
Also, you once told me that when I.m on the recumbent bike to bump it up to the next level for a short time. At that time I did go to # 3 for 15 sec. and thought I would die. Ha! Now I do about 12 min. on 3, and go to 4 at times! The only problem is I can't seem to contro mt eating. Fat as a hog! Also, as far as rowing, I have only been doing 3 sets lower cable rows. I will start doing straight back, and high pulley rows. Had no idea that would help! Thanks!