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    Normal To Have Tingling?

    Sometimes when im doing pull ups or lifting weights i get this tingling sensation in my arms kinda like a shocking feeling. does this mean im doing the workout wrong or putting to much stress on the muscle?
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    Originally Posted by MuscleSharkey View Post
    Sometimes when im doing pull ups or lifting weights i get this tingling sensation in my arms kinda like a shocking feeling. does this mean im doing the workout wrong or putting to much stress on the muscle?
    You're lifting too heavy a weight. You're basically tearing muscles and tendons too much, too quickly. I suggest stepping it down a notch, so you'll be able to adapt without as much unwanted stress on undeveloped tendons.

    Do you do stretches before and after exercises? You are over-straining muscles without actually giving them a cool down phase. Something you don't want to do when starting out, or lifting heavy weights, low reps.

    Take it easy, and work at it. After a while you should gain more strength, and you'll cope without any tingling sensation.

    I'm no expert by any stretch of the imagination. So maybe somebody else can correct or add to what I've said.
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    I sometime stretch before but not always, but always remember to stretch after im done. And u usually wait about 15-30 seconds to start my next set
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    Originally Posted by MuscleSharkey View Post
    Sometimes when im doing pull ups or lifting weights i get this tingling sensation in my arms kinda like a shocking feeling. does this mean im doing the workout wrong or putting to much stress on the muscle?
    Burn? or shock? Pain = good most of the time
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    Originally Posted by MuscleSharkey View Post
    Sometimes when im doing pull ups or lifting weights i get this tingling sensation in my arms kinda like a shocking feeling. does this mean im doing the workout wrong or putting to much stress on the muscle?
    you are going to have to be more descriptive. tingling and shocking are kind of vague.
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    Originally Posted by 400Lb Gorilla View Post
    you are going to have to be more descriptive. tingling and shocking are kind of vague.
    its pains that shoot up my arm. feels like a nerve or something got hit. and like someones sticking pins in your arm
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    It could be caused by improper form on exercises done before that. Like supporting the bar the bar with your arms during squat etc..
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    I think I know what feeling you're talking about. I get it sometimes It might have something to do with grip. I usually get it when working back. Could be tendons that lift too much weight too quickly (not warmed up).
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    well im gonna try warming up a little longer to see if that helps then
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    I used to get a shocking feeling in my forearms doing preacher curls.

    I'm thinking it was my grip or poor forearm strength. I haven't gotten them in awhile though since I started lifting seriously
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    when i do weighted dips i get a pinching feeling in my mid back in one particular spot. it sucks
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