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Old 10-13-2009, 08:01 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by DennisInGeorgia View Post
So, I'm thinking a should be able to go heavy(ier) on pressing movements and stay lighter on curling motions with maybe more reps in order to "baby" the elbows.

Maybe the bowflex would be easier on the elbows as far as curling motion, I'm not sure.
Only way to tell is play around. I used to have brutal elbow tendinitis and to much pressing made it worse.

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