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    It sucks, I get it in my left arm from biceps exercises (inside of elbow) which I warm up very low weight and multiple reps....and that about it! Now my right arm has it (outside of elbow), I can't even shake someones hand...really bad. Chiro buddy of mine showed me some massaging excercises and cold compresses...it helps. Tendonitis is brutal, it obviously screws with your whole work out. Massaging the fore arms does help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texan69 View Post
    I searched for “elbow pain” and “tendonitis” but didn’t see anything I’ll look again
    I may get blasted for this but I can never find anything in our search on this forum....I'm sure it's me!
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    The key is to do negatives on the injured tendon. I had this stuff for months from the combination of shooting traditional archery and lifting. I couldnt bench 95 lbs when it was at its worst. Went to several doctors, no help. Then I read a study done on using eccentric exercise (negatives) to cure achiles tendonitis. So I started finding ways to do negatives on my bad elbow.

    The best for me was doing the negative part of a single arm tricep pressdown (cable). I would push the weight down with my good arm and just do very slow negatives with the bad arm. It was excruciating at first but every day was better until after only a week or so it was totally gone.

    I found I could do the same thing throughout the day by just leaning against a table or counter as if you were doing a one arm pushup and just lowering my bodyweight onto it. Youll probably hear and feel crackling sounds as the tendon fibers reallign.

    DO NOT DO THE POSITIVE PORTION!! If you do this for a few days, you will heal. Good Luck!

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    Probably the tennis elbow tendon, ties forearm muscle to the bone via that tendon. Tore mine last July, still there but getting better by wearing tuff-wraps compression sleeves, and using BPC-157. Still hurts bad, just a little less..

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    You might also try voodoo flossing. I can't post links yet, but a quick google should yield all of the necessary information.

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