Hi, my name is Shane Freels with LIVESTRONG.com. Today, we're going to cover chest exercises with a bad shoulder. The main thing about chest is you got to remember you never want to pass 90-degree. So, I'm going to show you way to go from an elevated push-up position that won't require as much pressure as it you were on the ground. So, this is what we call kind of a modified version of a push-up. I'm going to show you with a wide stance, showing you my arms stopping at 90-degree angle in the elbow as I come down. My head is always in front of my hands so that I make sure I activate the largest part of my muscle tissue. Then, I'm going to show you with my elbows enclosed, maybe your shoulder works better with elbows enclosed. Again, we're only looking for a 90-degree range of motion in the elbows and then pressing through it. Now, you have to think about you're activating chest; you want to squeeze the chest muscles as you go through the range of motion. What I'm going to show you is an exercise that I love for doing chest when I have shoulder pain and the reason why is because it forces you into proper technique. I'm going to show you from a bridge position so you're actually going to get to work kind of a decline bench press with dumbbells. Now, then, I'm going to elevate my hips, I'm going to keep the toes elevated and as I press, I'm going to come all the way up, I'm going to squeeze; when I come down, I'm going all the way to the floor because my elbows are going to be parallel to my shoulder. That's it. So, that way I keep my chest activated, I squeeze the chest again all the way through the range of motion and back. I'll also show you with the elbows in, again, another range of motion, if it works for your shoulder but you still get good chest activation. This is a great way to try to figure out if this proper technique works for you and you get a good feel of strengthening in your chest. My name is Shane Freels and today, we just showed you several chest exercises with a bad shoulder. I hope you utilize them well and have an amazing day.