My right shoulder. I beat it up pretty good in ihghschool baseball. Then about 15 years ago, I injured it in beer league softball. Was late to the game, no warmup...ran out to left field, first damn ball gets hit to me, and with a cold arm, messed something up in there throwing it in. It's always bothered me, but as long as I warm up through some pain really good before playing ball or hockey, I've gotten by. It's been getting worse though over the last couple years. Like warming up doesn't get rid of the pain of movement always. I've been slowly losing range of motion. About 3 months ago, I could no longer do a pushup (or was the motion from upward dog to downward dog in yoga). I've more regularly been getting pain with just weird movements. And can't sleep on my right side at night because after about 30min, my right shoulder is throbbing.
Fast forward to last night playing hockey. Went into the boards awkward, and thought I felt it in my neck actually. I'm a lefty sick (right hand on top of the stick). Sit out for a couple shifts, go back in and tried to lift someones stick with mine to make them miss the puck. Didn't realize my shoulder was hurt yet, and it felt like someone just stuck me in the shoulder with a cattle prod with that upward motion. Go immediately to the bench, and go wtf...and move arm around a little. Yeah, it hurts. Go back out for another shift, go to do a 1 handed defensive swat with my right arm, from outside to inside and I dropped my stick I was in so much pain.
I feel some clicking with what limited movement I am able to do today. Any movement straight up, or adducting from outside to in is some serious pain. Have ortho appt scheduled for Thursday morning. Today was the doc's surgery day and tomorrow a personal day.