Looking for a few suggestions on certain exercise's in areas where I am carrying some long term injuries. Goals Just improving my general cardio,stamina and health...looking pretty is genetically impossible for me, so no need for six-pack exercises. Problem spots Shoulder Injury one is an inoperable Glenoid Labrum injury in the right side, the actual tendon has severed so it cannot be repaired with an exceptable chance of success. This is a main dooby that stabilises your shoulder doing the initial movement during a bicep curl before the actual bicep takes over.....and also if you were lifting weights with your arm straight from waist to shoulder height...to the front and to the sides, and also hurts like a sod in dips,and lifting weights above your head. Been doing a lot of lightweight, high repetion stuff like medicine ball exercises, rotator cuff routines....and strangely enough it feels good when boxing training. http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/cybertherapist/front/shoulder/glenoid_labral_tear.php Guts Hiatus Hernia,Got repaired years ago to improve my day to day life, but it is a severe weak point.Effectively its where the valve at the bottom of the foodpipe is supposed to close and keep your stomach contents and actual stomach below your diaphram. Effect is when doing situps or crunches, you get a massive pressure build up that feels like you are coughing up a tennis ball. I can do the machines where you do situps with weights, and sidelifts....but anything that involves crunching the stomach gets messy. http://hcd2.bupa.co.uk/fact_sheets/html/hiatus_hernia.html Yes, I know I should be put down.....but can anyone suggest something, or just crack on with what I am doing?