I just got into compound bows a few weeks ago, starting out with a 30lbs draw to ease myself into it, as I've had back issues in the past... First two weeks was great, practiced for a bit almost every day minus a couple due to having to have adjustments made to the bow. When I started again after said adjustments, I felt pain a few hours later in my left shoulder. I'm not sure if it matters, but I shoot right handed. That night was rather painful as I apparently rolled over onto the shoulder in my sleep. A week or so goes by, pain has gone away minus the odd popping in my shoulder around the rotator cuff area. I shoot half a dozen times today, and the pain hits me again - it's not severe, more of an ache that's more pronounced when I raise my arm. Range of motion seems to very mildly be affected. Is this fairly normal for newbies to have to go through? Are there exercises or stretches I can do? I'm already hooked on it and would hate to have to give it up, especially so early on.