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» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 15:36 
Thing said:
your going to need a rubber inner tube instead of a knee wrap. less give and the effect is better IMO


i'll get him to get one cheers mate
» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 15:35 
nails said:I'm a big fan of very light high rep EZ curls for this type of thing. Flushes a lot of blood through the elbow but doesn't irritate the problem. That's what you want really something that you can get a lot of reps with in order to increase blow flow while not causing further damage. Like others have said, if it hurts, don't do it. Mine took about 2-3 months to go.


Yeah i remember you saying this on my thread when i had this problem luckily my elbow was nearly back to normal after a week, my father in laws is a lot worse than mine.
» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 13:24 
fctilidie said:I've posted this in a few journals for people that have problems around that area. When I had bad pain in my elbow and forearm area from tendonitis I did loads of rice digs and flicks that you can see in the videos below and it got better every day until it finally went a few weeks later. All I did was 3/4 fill a large protein powder tub with rice and use that.

Cheers mate im going to get him to watch the videos
» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 13:20 
Oxman said:
Keep up with daily voodoo, i know a few people who have done it daily or every other day and its worked eventually.
High rep bicep work may help too.
Do you know whats causing it?


not sure mate but hes noticed that curling can cause pain, hes had it before and strangely using a screw driver when he was lowering his ceiling helped clear it up.
» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 12:29 
Oxman said:
This was exactly the tendonitis i used to get mate, actually got it again this morning from axle cleaning, thats what always brought it on for me. It got progressively worse until like your father in law it used to wake me up at night. I cured mine with the voodoo trick i mentioned before and a constant course of Diclofenac (spelling?). The main thing tho was quitting the thing that was causing my pain - axle cleaning.


yeah tried the voodoo thing mate with a leg strap it helped for about a day then it was back but not sure on the cause of it as there is no pain or problems during training for him
» Forearm, elbow and lower bicep (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 12:09 
Im trying to find out if anyone else has had this problem, basically my father in law has a severe pain in his lower bi, elbow and top of his forearm his had it a week or so now its mainly after sleeping and first thing in the morning.

If he lays on his side its the arm on top not the one hes laying on that has problems it causes him to wake with a pain in his elbow etc and numbness in his hand.

Once hes warmed up throughout the day it tends to ease off.

Has anyone had similar or know of anyone having this problem and what they had done about it ?
» Ox's Journal Of Insanity (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 12:01 
Oxman said:
Well i have to go bare knee for now as i'll be competing raw for the first comp but i have a feeling i shall be getting a suit and some new wraps before long lol!
I agree the feeling of security is great with sleeves and wraps, hard to get used to not having them there but doing ok at the moment! Luckily my knees are ok..at the mo!


im lucky as i dont compete in power lifting but im sure if you train the same way for your legs as you do for the rest you will smash it.
» Ox's Journal Of Insanity (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 11:34 
Oxman said:
Cheers bud! Trouble is wraps make a HUGE difference in my squatting in terms of form and strength, hence one of the reasons i'm considering equipped lifting eventually!. With Doms routine i feel i can get some good progress at last!


Do whats best for you mate, i always were knee sleeves and after 140kg i wrap my knees partially because i have no feeling in my lower left knee so the wraps also help with balance.
» Ox's Journal Of Insanity (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 11:17 
im in the same boat mate with squating i can deadlift fine but got to graft for the squat. Just keep hammering it mate.
» A hairy, slightly ginger mans attempt at strongman (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 10:59 
Daws87 said:
Thanks pal! The hips alright it's more my lower back!


time to dust off the foam roller mate
» A hairy, slightly ginger mans attempt at strongman (Go to post)04-02-2013 @ 10:38 
Well done mate on the progress, like you say the deadlifting will be on the move again in no time. How is the hip ?
» Kent's Strongest Man (Go to post)02-02-2013 @ 18:56 
Cheers mate, who do you make the Cheques payable to ?
» Kent's Strongest Man (Go to post)02-02-2013 @ 18:54 
Cheers mate, who do you make the Cheques payable to ?
» Kent's Strongest Man (Go to post)02-02-2013 @ 18:43 
seankamo said:Novice or open lads?


Novice for both please mate this will be my 3rd comp and my mates 2nd
» Kent's Strongest Man (Go to post)02-02-2013 @ 18:31 
Id be really interested in this as i suffer from asthma

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