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'tennis elbow' - Bodybuilding.com Forums

Tennis elbow is inflammation of the common extensor tendon in the forearm and the tendon attaches at the elbow. The muscles that extend the wrist and fingers share this common tendonous attachment and it's quite common for inflammation to occur to this tendon from overuse, bad form, improper hydration, and just plain too much weight.

Tennis Elbow - Bodybuilding.com Forums

Tennis Elbow. I have been working a new job for the last several months and it involves a lot of work with wrenches and loosening and tightening bolts and nuts of all sizes. I have developed some soreness and/or tendinitis in the top of both elbows and after researching it, it seems like what they call 'tennis elbow" due to both the wrench ...

Tennis elbow - Bodybuilding.com Forums

Tennis elbow would be on the outside of the elbow... on the inside it is called Golfer's Elbow. I had a big bout with tennis, and a little trouble with golfer's myself. And I don't play either. LOL Anyway, what I found to help was alternating pullups and chinups, and stretching it whenever I felt it twinge.

Tennis elbow - Bodybuilding.com Forums

The most popular bodybuilding message ... I asked for help from this forum and got some really good responses (search for tennis elbow and have a read,it was a while ...

Tennis Elbow: What Can You Do? - Bodybuilding.com

Tennis elbow is an all-too common affliction suffered by hardcore bodybuilders / strength athletes. When Science Editor Lonnie and I talked about presenting this piece to VM readers, its message took on a whole new intensity of importance: Fortress is suffering from what he believes is "tennis elbow".

Anyone ever dealt with tennis elbow/tendonitis? : bodybuilding

Take Ibuprofen everyday and especially before a workout. I took a week and a half off, kept swelling down and returned and slowly worked back up to heavy curls. Your tendons needs to heal, also, tendons take a LOT longer than muscle to adapt to heavy lifting. 3. level 1. ramBOLO.