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    Can anyone recommend a weight trianing program for someone with bad knee and elblow?

    I have tendonitis in both my right knee and right elbow. Both have been this way for years, it's not real bad, I can more or less work around it until (or if) they both heal. Can anyone recommend me a good training program with such injuries? Could I do Fierce Five and simply make substitutes? Also, I workout from home so all i have are compact dumbbell set, bench, resistance bands.
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    Step 1, using the equipment you have on hand test all the exercises you can think of and find out which ones don't hurt.
    Step 2, write a program using those exercises.
    Step 3, post it here for feedback.
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