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    Sore Fingers, Knuckles and Hands After Workouts

    I've noticed some low-grade soreness in my finger joints after workouts. The joint where my thumbs attach to my palms are particularly bad. I only recently started lifting weights - could this just be a sign that my tendons are getting stronger? Or maybe I'm using poor form?
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    what was your lifestyle like before? did you work alot with your hands? sore hands are a common side effect for new weight trainers. most movements require strong grip on the bar. though not terribly noticable while working out, often manifests itself as soreness just like a muscle would. with time, the soreness should slowly go away as your hands become accustomed to the increased demands you have place on them.
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    Thanks, good to hear this is a common thing for people new to weight lifting. I type a lot, but besides that, haven't done much with my hands for a while.
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