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    Joint pain after lifting

    I’ve been lift for a bit but inconsistently and I’ve been feeling joint pain along with muscle pain. I’m just worried that the joint pain is something like arthritis. Is it normal to have joint pain after lifting?Im 15 btw.(only hurts when I fully extend my arm).
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    Likely inflammation and muscle soreness. I highly doubt you have arthritis at 15. How long have you been lifting for? How intense are your sessions? Are you on reduced calories?
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    Originally Posted by Yvngchap2 View Post
    I’ve been lift for a bit but inconsistently and I’ve been feeling joint pain along with muscle pain. I’m just worried that the joint pain is something like arthritis. Is it normal to have joint pain after lifting?Im 15 btw.(only hurts when I fully extend my arm).
    Are you working anything besides arms or just doing endless set curls?
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    Originally Posted by CommitmentRulz View Post
    Are you working anything besides arms or just doing endless set curls?
    Different kinds of arm work outs and a a little bit of curls
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    Originally Posted by rhadam View Post
    Likely inflammation and muscle soreness. I highly doubt you have arthritis at 15. How long have you been lifting for? How intense are your sessions? Are you on reduced calories?
    about hour to an hour and a half workouts.lifting for about a month.no reduced calories.
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