Hi to all of you. Today I ask an act of kindness: look at my Two-Hand Swing and Get-Up videos performance and spot errors, mistakes, flaws, technique issues in order to help me to make them better. I uploaded them on Google Drive and shared the link with you below, hope this is acceptable. Two-Hand Swings: 2-Hand Swings.mp4 Get-up (both arms): 3_GU (Both sides).mp4 This is important beyond technicality. Yesterday I did a Simple & Sinister session, straightforward and nice. Today I woke up with a big pain in the upper left trap (parallel to the collarbone and towards the shoulder & the gleno-humeral joint). In the last month this is the third time I feel this problem, but not that big like this one. Is very frustrating and I need to fix it once and for all. I suspect it has something to do with my shoulder mechanic in the swings and get-ups, maybe even in the way I do the backswing. The left upper trap hurts so much now (towards the shoulder) that it hurts even when rolling out of bed or moving the arm overhead. Not to mention when I get into a push-up position, a plank, crawling or rocking position; basically when my arms need to support my torso. When looking at my videos above, can you tell me, please, if everything looks ok? I spent some time today re-reading the S&S book, blog posts and forum posts about proper locking the upper back with the lats, shoulders back & down, neck position (slight extension, not hyperextension and/or do not whip forward the neck during the pull, proper t-spine extension in the backswing). Anything that I could get my hands on regarding trap, shoulder and neck pain in the swings & get-up. What do you think about my technique at the moment? Regarding medical evaluation, I already took steps, setting appointments for this week with a sports doc and with a chiropractor that also does myofascial release, acupuncture and osteopathy. But I like from you a technical evaluation as well. The closest SFG Instructor is at more than 280 miles from my home (close to 450 km). I will try to get to him in a week-end this spring and work one-on-one. Until then, please help!!! Thank you! Power to all of you!