#1
I started doing weights about 20 minutes ago and just got onto lifting weights parallel to my sides to work my shoulders. When I leant head back against the top of my body, I noticed that after I lift to a certain point, there's a huge click that appears to be happening just around the sticky-out bit of my spine at the base of my neck. It doesn't really feel like any bones moving, but it is rather worrying. Does anybody know if this is normal or what? There's no pain with it...
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#3
Yeah, we're guitarists, not medical professionals. The only lifting required it that of a guitar or amp(s). And still, we have people take care of the amps for us, and the guitar's on a strap...
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#4
nope. nothing really wrong. no pain = no problem.
my knees snap all the time.. like when I walk down the first step of my stairs in the morning etc.

don't worry about it.


but I hope you have cancer
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#5
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nope. nothing really wrong. no pain = no problem.
my knees snap all the time.. like when I walk down the first step of my stairs in the morning etc.

don't worry about it.


but I hope you have cancer


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#7
My shoulders crack, my jaw also cracks. I think most people would say if it doesn't hurt, then there's no problem, there is a reason why your nervous system tells you that it hurts. I'm no medical professional though.
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