|Training discussion on Muscle, Joint, and Shoulder Injuries, within the Bodybuilding Forum; yeah i guess its the elbow. ill just double check if bent my elbow. which i doubt.ty.....|
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|02-01-2009, 01:03 PM||#72|
| Doo |
Experience: > 1 Year
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Highland, IN
I have pain that in my left forearm that sounds like tendonitis from what I have read. It's deep within the arm and can hurt most when doing chin-ups and not as much doing pull-ups. The forearm work I do is mostly levers to the front/back and this doesn't seem to hurt.
Had it a while back for a few days in right arm but it went away and I didn't think much about it. I am left handed so I suppose that between regular lifting routine and extra forearm exercises plus normal daily activity, I can see where I am not giving it time to heal.
I have one week of my current program left was thinking that I will skip dips/pull-ups/TGUs and no forearm work. I will then take the following week of with active rest and if all goes well I will start a new 12-week push/pull type program.
I have read most of this thread but need to re-read it. Any current suggestions?
|12-02-2009, 04:23 PM||#73|
| kw93 |
Rank: New Member
Join Date: Dec 2009
I've been getting a slight click in my left elbow that has been there for a while. It usually goes away when I change my pushup etc position, but these last couple of sessions it's just become more pronounced and actually started to feel painful. It's right in the core of my elbow, so I'm not sure what to make of it? For curls or rows for instance it feels great and doesn't make any noise, but for tricep presses, pushups or sometimes dips it plays up. What do you guys think?
|01-23-2011, 10:01 PM||#76|
| stevedav |
Rank: New Member
Join Date: Jan 2011
I think Athletes generally manage not request health care until the agony progresses to a issue of limiting performance. Evaluation at that issue can disclose some distinct problems. Most of these wounds are classified as overuse injuries. It is considered that recurring micro trauma after the preparative natural forces of the musculature scheme finally can lead to a macroscopic injury.
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