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    Anyone ever successfully gotten rid of forearm tendonitis? *a bunch of reps*

    Had it in both forearms (more so in my left) since i started lifting in HS (MAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNY moons ago). I gave up Barbell curls because that was the absolute WORST and I do EZ/cambered curls and it still aggravates them a bit. I've tried wrist wraps, Ice (in my downtime) and NSAIDs (i'm on anti-inflammatories for my back anyway) but nothing really works. Anyone successfully defeated this foe? Help me emerge victorious as well and earn my reps
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    I have it too OP, and pain in my elbow, and lower back injury. I'm just fukd all around
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    Heavy bicep curl NEGATIVES.

    Use both arms to hoist the weight up, then just 1 arm to slowly descend into the negative part of the lift

    It lengthens the muscle (thus providing relief on tendons and joints) because the muscle is being overloaded while being in a lengthened state and your nervous system adapts

    It's gotta be more weight than you can lift concentrically, because muscles are a lot stronger eccentrically

    A lot of research coming out that stretching itself does nothing, that you need to actively work a muscle in a lengthened state to get truly more flexible. A lot of 'flexible' yogis are actually just stretching their joints, ouch.


    If this sounds like bull just look at scholar journals

    I used this technique to fix my shin splints.
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    Yeah but it took a long time, over a year. I used one of those theraband things that looks like a billyclub, and twisted it and slowly untwisted with the eccentric motion to help rehab the tendinopathy.
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    yeah but it was elbow tendinitis for me. you gotta warm up very slow on all of your movements. also partial reps will decrease the odds of a flare up
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    I fixed mine with contrast showers, 30 seconds super cold water then 30 seconds super hot. Repeat for a few cycles. This also aids in general recovery from your workouts as well.
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    Many sessions of aggressive two-hand fapping, like double digits per day. You'll have to switch hands if you're on the smaller side. Get to work, OP. You got this.
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    Stop doing exercises that aggravate it, and see if you can get a prescription for a topical Diclofenac Diethylamine gel, like Voltaren Emulgel.

    In Canada we can buy it at the pharmacy OTC without a prescription but I think in the US you need a script. The stuff is magical.
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    Originally Posted by YungMulaBby View Post
    I have it too OP, and pain in my elbow, and lower back injury. I'm just fukd all around
    are you sure it isnt golfer's elbow or tennis elbow? Those are HELLA common in lifters (so is lifters elbow)
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    Heavy bicep curl NEGATIVES.

    Use both arms to hoist the weight up, then just 1 arm to slowly descend into the negative part of the lift

    It lengthens the muscle (thus providing relief on tendons and joints) because the muscle is being overloaded while being in a lengthened state and your nervous system adapts

    It's gotta be more weight than you can lift concentrically, because muscles are a lot stronger eccentrically

    A lot of research coming out that stretching itself does nothing, that you need to actively work a muscle in a lengthened state to get truly more flexible. A lot of 'flexible' yogis are actually just stretching their joints, ouch.


    If this sounds like bull just look at scholar journals

    I used this technique to fix my shin splints.
    Cheat curls. Hmmm...I just started doing those but they aggravate the tendonitis. I have found that if i dont curl my fingers around the bar, its not so bad, but I can usually only do this when i'm working with cables. I think i could do this on the eccentric portion with the ez curl though

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    Yeah but it took a long time, over a year. I used one of those theraband things that looks like a billyclub, and twisted it and slowly untwisted with the eccentric motion to help rehab the tendinopathy.
    hmmm....where did you get the idea from?
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    yeah but it was elbow tendinitis for me. you gotta warm up very slow on all of your movements. also partial reps will decrease the odds of a flare up
    do you know what caused yours? elbow tendonitis treatment wont help me but maybe your info could help me from getting it
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    I fixed mine with contrast showers, 30 seconds super cold water then 30 seconds super hot. Repeat for a few cycles. This also aids in general recovery from your workouts as well.
    interesting. did a doc tell you to do that?
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    Many sessions of aggressive two-hand fapping, like double digits per day. You'll have to switch hands if you're on the smaller side. Get to work, OP. You got this.
    I'm not a switch hitter though. Are you a designated hitter? Can i sub you in if i get tired?
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    Originally Posted by -=FLEX=- View Post
    Stop doing exercises that aggravate it, and see if you can get a prescription for a topical Diclofenac Diethylamine gel, like Voltaren Emulgel.

    In Canada we can buy it at the pharmacy OTC without a prescription but I think in the US you need a script. The stuff is magical.
    Yeah diclofenac is Rx only. I took it (pill) for my back for a while. Stopped taking it for some reason. Cant remember why
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    I had it on my left arm was terrible..couls barely bench 60lbs. The only solution is resting it. Srs
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    interesting. did a doc tell you to do that?
    Nah, internet broscience but it worked for me. Could just be placebo
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    Originally Posted by LordMU View Post
    I had it on my left arm was terrible..couls barely bench 60lbs. The only solution is resting it. Srs
    ive taken off a year or so several times and it didnt help. IIRC, some types of tendinitis just dont go away

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    Nah, internet broscience but it worked for me. Could just be placebo
    even placebo has powerful effects. I have a few shoulder issues and a brachioradialis issue going on that wont seem to even lighten up so i think i'll go see my doc and request to be sent to a PT. Call in the big guns
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    are you sure it isnt golfer's elbow or tennis elbow? Those are HELLA common in lifters (so is lifters elbow)
    I don't know what it is, I couldn't do tricep rope pulldowns today with my usual weight because it hurt too much. And I missed the flat bench PR weight this week that I was aiming for.

    Will let you know if I find a solution to the forearm problem
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    I have tendinitis that has affected my wrist, elbow, and even up to my shoulder. It all started with my wrist. I gave up straight bar and ez bar curls and only do isolated dumbbell curls with my elbow on my thigh. That has helped a lot. Chiropractor helped, wrist wraps on heavy bench and presses, and just avoiding lifts that aggravate it.
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    I have had tendinitis in both elbows as well as in knees. A band just below each elbow and copperfit sleeves for my knees have helped tremendously. In addition I had to give up skullcrushers.
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    Originally Posted by YungMulaBby View Post
    I don't know what it is, I couldn't do tricep rope pulldowns today with my usual weight because it hurt too much. And I missed the flat bench PR weight this week that I was aiming for.

    Will let you know if I find a solution to the forearm problem
    Golfer's Elbow (fun fact: You dont have to be a golfer to get it)
    Happens when you flex the wrist too much when it should be kept straight (on pull ups, curls, tri extensions any pulling motions really)

    Tennis Elbow: Almost exact opposite of golfers elbow (fun fact: dont need to be a tennis player to get it)
    Happens when your forearm flexors are too weak so the muscles ont he back of the forearm have to help by pre-loading (by dorsi-flexing the wrist right before a tennis player strikes the ball)


    Originally Posted by TheUnderdog83 View Post
    I have tendinitis that has affected my wrist, elbow, and even up to my shoulder. It all started with my wrist. I gave up straight bar and ez bar curls and only do isolated dumbbell curls with my elbow on my thigh. That has helped a lot. Chiropractor helped, wrist wraps on heavy bench and presses, and just avoiding lifts that aggravate it.
    i use to use wraps years ago but i tend to lose my accessories (wraps and straps) and havent replaces the wraps. Might get some more and see how they work
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    do you know what caused yours? elbow tendonitis treatment wont help me but maybe your info could help me from getting it
    it’s exercise specific. ex. on tricep press downs use narrower grip, on bench press only fully lockout the last rep. guys like Eric spoto or Scott Mendelsson can give you specifics on healing those injuries. never stop fully training the injury because it will make the injury worse.

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    Got rid of golfer's elbow by rest and stretching.
    Had to give up chin ups for like six months. Played around with my grip for any bicep related lifts, if I felt the tingle, I changed the grip or avoided the lift altogether. Also at first I though it went away after like a month, started doing lifts again...made it worse! REST REST REST...STRETCHES STRETCHES STRETCHES!
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    Not sure if this is the same pain type you are dealing with but I've had pain on the outside of my forearm for years from any heavy bicep work. Would have to limit it on back days also. If you hold your arm out strait, palm down, it would be about 2 or 3 inches from elbow joint on the very top of the arm. Basically quit training biceps because of it. I found this athlean X video and started doing the stretches and it helped a fuk ton. Ded Srs I did 3 times more bicep **** after about a week of stretching once or twice a day if I remembered with no pain.

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    Had it in both forearms (more so in my left) since i started lifting in HS (MAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNY moons ago). I gave up Barbell curls because that was the absolute WORST and I do EZ/cambered curls and it still aggravates them a bit. I've tried wrist wraps, Ice (in my downtime) and NSAIDs (i'm on anti-inflammatories for my back anyway) but nothing really works. Anyone successfully defeated this foe? Help me emerge victorious as well and earn my reps
    Look into stretches for golfer's elbow and tennis below. Would also consider laying off of exercises that aggravate those tendons (skull crushers are notorious). Outside of that, one piece of advice that seemed to help was to loosen grip on the bar. Let it kinda float in your hands during reps...if you torque down on it, it can cause overuse issues.

    Previously posted stuff by AthleanX is really good. Working on some core stuff from those videos and PT has really helped my lower back. I used to be pretty much crippled, now I'm doing chit I couldn't do in the army in my mid 20s.
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    Lol @ tendonitis. BRB



    Firstly, any time my forearms hurt, I roll them with some PVC pipe. The motion looks like I'm double fisting dj924s, palms up/in. For any other tendon issues I consult these two phaggots...

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    Originally Posted by Mang1er View Post
    Not sure if this is the same pain type you are dealing with but I've had pain on the outside of my forearm for years from any heavy bicep work. Would have to limit it on back days also. If you hold your arm out strait, palm down, it would be about 2 or 3 inches from elbow joint on the very top of the arm. Basically quit training biceps because of it. I found this athlean X video and started doing the stretches and it helped a fuk ton. Ded Srs I did 3 times more bicep **** after about a week of stretching once or twice a day if I remembered with no pain.

    that video is for the back of the forearm/brachioradialis and I do those (because i have some brachioradialis issues but mine is still inflamed). its still a good video especially for desk workers
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    Originally Posted by A-GAME View Post

    Firstly, any time my forearms hurt, I roll them with some PVC pipe. The motion looks like I'm double fisting dj924s, palms up/in. For any other tendon issues I consult these two phaggots...

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    haha ya checked these links to see if they were both the channels i frequent.

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    Do band curls. These work.

    Also wear wrist wraps and wrist compression support throughout the day.

    I don't do heavy work anymore as I prefer looking jacked rather than being strong and injured. I BB curl no more than 100 lbs these days and don't plan to go heavier than this.
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    Look into stretches for golfer's elbow and tennis below. Would also consider laying off of exercises that aggravate those tendons (skull crushers are notorious). Outside of that, one piece of advice that seemed to help was to loosen grip on the bar. Let it kinda float in your hands during reps...if you torque down on it, it can cause overuse issues.

    Previously posted stuff by AthleanX is really good. Working on some core stuff from those videos and PT has really helped my lower back. I used to be pretty much crippled, now I'm doing chit I couldn't do in the army in my mid 20s.
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    Lol @ tendonitis. BRB



    Firstly, any time my forearms hurt, I roll them with some PVC pipe. The motion looks like I'm double fisting dj924s, palms up/in. For any other tendon issues I consult these two phaggots...

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    i do like smashwerx. he's pretty knowledgable but he doesnt have a video on my specific issue. will look through the other channel though
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    Originally Posted by tank2003 View Post
    Had it in both forearms (more so in my left) since i started lifting in HS (MAAAAAAANNNNNNNNNNY moons ago). I gave up Barbell curls because that was the absolute WORST and I do EZ/cambered curls and it still aggravates them a bit. I've tried wrist wraps, Ice (in my downtime) and NSAIDs (i'm on anti-inflammatories for my back anyway) but nothing really works. Anyone successfully defeated this foe? Help me emerge victorious as well and earn my reps
    My doctor, knowing I don't tolerate NSAIDs, recommended getting a good quality turmeric Curcuminoid for shoulder issue which PT wasn't helping me with 5 years ago. It helped tremendously. I've recently added Krill oil to my supps. Unlike Cod Liver Oil, of which I've tried many, krill oil doesn't bother my stomach and it helps with issues.

    I recently watched a stretch the guy off AthleanX does for inner elbows joint pain. It's helping with my elbows and somewhat with my forearms. I wear wrist wraps and elbow support when I lift.
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    Curcummin/Tumeric, try it.

    I legit had a frozen shoulder for nearly a year(couldn't even reach up all the way, or do any pulldown exercises), nothing was working. Started taking curcummin for something else, and healed completely

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