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Post by Buckyx on Thu Apr 06, 2017 5:24 am

Ive experienced elbow pain 1-2 hours after hard pushing training session
at first I thought its tennis elbow but after doing several tests for it I dont feel pain during those.

however I would feel pain on uncontrolled arm extension or when I tried to extend the arm fully supinated(I do that when I feel stiffness in the elbow to "crack" it) but controlled arm extension is ok. even started doing light overhead triceps extensions. could it be triceps tendonitis?

I dont really want to visit a physiotherapist right now but I cant find tests for this condition

anyone have experience with triceps tendonitis or other elbow injuries?
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Re: elbow tendons injuries

Post by Dave on Tue May 09, 2017 7:46 pm

For what it's worth, I have had similar pains, especially since getting back into hard manual labor in construction.  My left elbow in particular.  I find that the pain lessens, or goes away completely, after thick grip work, including kettlebell work, or barbell cleans.  YMMV
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Re: elbow tendons injuries

Post by Buckyx on Mon May 29, 2017 9:59 am

thanks for input, probably had some mild elbow tendonitis which went away after a while but at the same time had overused forearms from keyboard typing. rice bucket helped there

and also my supraspinatus got even weaker than it was before injury and couldnt vertically abduct arm without pain. working on this as well :/

seems like after I dropped training for elbow pain, I developed other injuries as a result of bad posture and working on PC whole day for a month
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