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    *OUCH* joint between Bicep and Forearm

    I started getting motivated after really receiving an ego blow from the wife (long story) and decided that I needed to get in shape. For about 6 weeks I started doing pushups and light DB workouts at home to see if I would stick with it and justify a gym membership. I did!

    Decided to join a gym and work with a trainer there to make sure I do things right.

    Had my first session 2 days ago and I wake up yesterday with horrible horrible pain in the area between my Bicep and Forearm. 2 days now and it's really painful when I straighten my arm out.

    The workout consisted of Chest/Tricep/Bicep. I'm confident that the pain is a direct result of the curls I was doing. The trainer had me working to muscle exhaustion each set - (between 8-10 reps) , and I honestly feel like the weight was a bit high for me. This isn't the first time I've felt this particular pain (it seems to involve doing curls in the past).

    Have I torn or damaged something or is this normal?

    Should my trainer have started me off slower or is this expected for the first week?

    Muscle soreness I can deal with but this stinks.
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    Do you really not know what an elbow is? Sorry for not replying to your question. This just shocked me.
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    OK now for your answer. Its probably just some serious soreness since you are just starting out. I have had that feeling in the past where i cant extend my arm, it sucks. Try icing it or doing some hot/cold contrast stuff if its really to much. But yeah it should go away soon and next time wont hurt nearly as much as your body gets used to it.
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    Originally Posted by dantheman999 View Post
    Do you really not know what an elbow is? Sorry for not replying to your question. This just shocked me.
    Funny

    It's not pain in my elbow, it's in the joint/ligament above my elbow (between bicep and forearm).

    Thanks for the response though.
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    I think he means the inside of his elbow and its not the joint.

    I know exactly what your talking about if thats it. You did fine weight though if you were running out of steam at 10 reps then you aren't doing to much weight. There are a lot of ignorant trainers out there but give yours the benefit of the doubt. Stick with it and soon enough the soreness wont be as bad. If I even take over two weeks off I have the same feeling.

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    Originally Posted by khonnan View Post
    I started getting motivated after really receiving an ego blow from the wife (long story) and decided that I needed to get in shape. For about 6 weeks I started doing pushups and light DB workouts at home to see if I would stick with it and justify a gym membership. I did!

    Decided to join a gym and work with a trainer there to make sure I do things right.

    Had my first session 2 days ago and I wake up yesterday with horrible horrible pain in the area between my Bicep and Forearm. 2 days now and it's really painful when I straighten my arm out.

    The workout consisted of Chest/Tricep/Bicep. I'm confident that the pain is a direct result of the curls I was doing. The trainer had me working to muscle exhaustion each set - (between 8-10 reps) , and I honestly feel like the weight was a bit high for me. This isn't the first time I've felt this particular pain (it seems to involve doing curls in the past).

    Have I torn or damaged something or is this normal?

    Should my trainer have started me off slower or is this expected for the first week?

    Muscle soreness I can deal with but this stinks.
    Yeah, you getting that feeling like your arm doesn't want to straighten at all, and you actually have to physically force it through the pain to get it all the way straight?

    What you probably have is extreme beginner soreness. I got it really bad, to where I needed help putting on a shirt, the first time I started lifting in a gym. The good news is it will go away. The same feeling will come back every time you work out your biceps for a while, but it will never be nearly as intense as the first time.

    Unless it doesn't go away. You said it's been 2 days, if it doesn't get noticeably better within the next two days, or if it isn't completely better within the next 4 or 5 days, you'll need to see a doctor. You could have actually pulled the muscle, or it could just be that good old extreme newbie soreness.

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    Originally Posted by khonnan View Post
    Funny

    It's not pain in my elbow, it's in the joint/ligament above my elbow (between bicep and forearm).

    Thanks for the response though.
    Yeah i figured it out after i read the post and replied below it. The title just threw me off...
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    Inform your trainer of the issue.
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    Originally Posted by Creature83 View Post
    tennis elbow- Ice
    I think tennis elbow is caused by repeating the same motion thousands of times, not going to the gym one time. So as a certified MEDICAL doctor i disagree with your diagnosis. (not really a doctor)
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    I get soreness in the same place when i do heavy preacher curls. But the pain is not to an extent like yours. It normally goes away after a couple of days. I've noticed i never used to get it before, only when i started doing preacher curls.
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    Originally Posted by khonnan View Post
    I started getting motivated after really receiving an ego blow from the wife (long story) and decided that I needed to get in shape. For about 6 weeks I started doing pushups and light DB workouts at home to see if I would stick with it and justify a gym membership. I did!

    Decided to join a gym and work with a trainer there to make sure I do things right.

    Had my first session 2 days ago and I wake up yesterday with horrible horrible pain in the area between my Bicep and Forearm. 2 days now and it's really painful when I straighten my arm out.

    The workout consisted of Chest/Tricep/Bicep. I'm confident that the pain is a direct result of the curls I was doing. The trainer had me working to muscle exhaustion each set - (between 8-10 reps) , and I honestly feel like the weight was a bit high for me. This isn't the first time I've felt this particular pain (it seems to involve doing curls in the past).

    Have I torn or damaged something or is this normal?

    Should my trainer have started me off slower or is this expected for the first week?

    Muscle soreness I can deal with but this stinks.
    i think thats an elbow????
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    wen u start working out it will always hurt more
    give it time and ur body will harden up
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    It could be soreness in your brachialis. Or it could be something in the very medial forearm. Were you doing hammer curls or reverse curls by chance?


    Also, I believe he's referring to "elbow" as the bony point on the posterior of the arm where you would hit your funny bone. The elbow is the entire joint, not just that part.
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    OP i had the same thing happen to me, except it was recurring and although painful/annoying probably wasn't as painful as what you described. I just started rubbing sports creme on my arm (the warming kind), let it sink in and was good to go. You might try that, it helped me immensely.
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    OP,

    I currently [may] have the same problem.
    It's a sharp pain, definitely in the joint/tendon area, correct?
    Not sure for your case, but I went to my MD and he said it was inflamed.
    Therefore, I has the tendonitis

    I recommend icing it, aspirin, rest.
    That's all you can really do :/

    If that's not the problem, than good luck with whatever you have
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    Originally Posted by dantheman999 View Post
    Do you really not know what an elbow is? Sorry for not replying to your question. This just shocked me.
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    it's beginner soreness. usually the first time you do a workout at the gym, even after taking a break, let alone the first time ever, you only do a couple sets and not to failure. if you told yur trainer it was your first workout then he is a dumbass. he should of pretty much walked you through every exercise with weights that border line on embarrassing just to get form down and get yur pathetic newb body used to the movements. kidding about the pathetic newb comment, couldnt help myself.
    it'll probably go away after about 4-5 days. probably worse after 48 hours. stick with it bro. pretty soon you'll be monkey pressing that wife into submission!
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    Hi

    Hey, I use to have the same issue as well and it couldn't figure out what the issue was. Turns out I was dehydrated even though I drank "enough" water. Try upping your fluids and see what happens, usually it helps with muscle contraction.
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