Originally Posted by abett07
I keep getting told that upright rows and behind the neck pressing is dangerous
Some of these lifts come down to individual anatomical differences, though we're all inherently the same, in that we have two legs and the same bones, we don't necessarily have the same length of bones in any one limb to the person next to us, or even in the same ratio of lengths. With the shoulder, there are four different acromion variations which means that one person may find more issues than another person with OHP or other movements that involve the shoulder.
I think they discovered a 4a and a 4b type as well which really makes it 5 variations; they also alter as we age, so a type 2 can become a type 3 and progressively change whereas someone else may start with a type 4a to begin with and have less shoulder movement before impingement can occur...etc.
People need to be aware of these differences but seldom are.