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Old 01-10-2012, 03:46 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by *MC* View Post
IMO, tendonitis is going to best be solved by anti-inflams, heat-ice treatments, and either (a) complete rest and/or (b) taking some of the pressure off the tendons/connective tissue with wraps and such while working with very sub-maximal weights. If the tendonitis gets bad enough, even good reps with light weights are going to hurt.
Hot baths, candle light and Twilight. Check.

Thanks for the suggestions. All good. Ignore the above joke.
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