<div> (EL_VIEJO @ Mar. 24 2008,4:25)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">Before reading the following article I would have agreed with you: http://www.crossfit.com/journal/library/67_08_Overhead_Lifting.pdf Actually it's 3 or 4 short articles about OHP's and shoulders. I can sum up the articles in 1 sentence - OHPs damage your shoulders like squats damage your knees. It looks like once again the conventional wisdom that we had beaten into our heads for all these years is wrong. Who remembers this one? Coach to profusely sweating high school athlete, "Rinse your mouth out, but don't swallow the water. It will cause cramps. Here, take a couple of these salt tablets."</div> Meaning what? That OHP can and should be done with more frequency?