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    Clavicle Clicking

    Can't remember having this happen before. Last night while warming up for bench, I had a clicking at the lower part of the movement; at the clavicle / sternum connection. Worked my way up with no discomfort but decided it maybe smart to bail on the last set. Moved onto inclines and had no issues.

    My guess was I was starting with some type of an impingement. It has been slightly over 4 months since I had a break and in that time I have not missed a single workout so some time off next week will do me good.

    Anyone ever have something like this?

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    When I hear somethings clavical clicking I check under the bench.

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    I used to get some clicking at my sternum but toward the mid/lower chest when I did dips. It was a little alarming but never hurt and eventually not doing dips for a while it went away. A little rest goes a long way as you know, hopefully that will do the trick.

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    Any pain snake?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PillarofBalance View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle manny View Post
    I used to get some clicking at my sternum but toward the mid/lower chest when I did dips. It was a little alarming but never hurt and eventually not doing dips for a while it went away. A little rest goes a long way as you know, hopefully that will do the trick.
    Yeah I had that before. It's from the sternum being in two pieces. Normally I feel tight there and one good pop seems to cure the problem.
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    Mine has been clicking for at least 10 years. Sometimes when I stretch and breath deep it pops.
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    mine will pop from time to time too. no pain either.
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