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Old 07-25-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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Cool Odd Elbow Pain

Has anyone ever experienced this?

My elbow is sore with Delayed Onset—I think.

I can't quite fully flex it—well, I probably could—It would just hurt like Hell.

I can't quite fully extend it either.

That is weird—I don't seem to be able to get it beyond about 175 degrees no mater how I force it—and it hurts while trying to force.

Oddly enough, holding a weight and letting the arm relax and the weight pull straight down (a 12 Pound Sledge Hammer in this Case) feels soothing.

Arm bent at 90 degrees, there is point tenderness on either side of the point of the Humorous.

Triceps Insertion? Bursitis?

I've had some gout, but never in my elbow—and this really isn't painful enough to be gout...

Plus I take Colchicine daily.

Had this a couple times in the last few months.

Puts the ban on my training.

I mentioned it to my Doctor previously—She just Shrugs.

She kinda acts like she thinks I'm feeble-minded anyway.

Anyone have any thoughts?


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Old 07-26-2013, 07:45 AM   #2
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I've heard of skullcrushers and squats causing elbow pain like that.
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Old 07-26-2013, 12:20 PM   #3
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Sounds like elbow tendonitis.

I had that for many years.
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yeah, tendonitis or tendonosis (different)

could be slight strain with inflammation (tendon puilling from bone slightly)

could also be thick/scarred tendons that aren't as flexible as they should be.

trigger point massage and heat between workouts and lots of warm up to get loose before training, I would also wear a tennis elbow strap on your heavier lifts and ice immediately after a workout.
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tendinitis id say. I had this alot when i would do alot of bar ext.

I switched to doing more DB ext to where my elbow can be in a more natural position. Then when the pain went away i went back to BB. Worked for me
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I switched to doing more DB ext to where my elbow can be in a more natural position. Then when the pain went away i went back to BB. Worked for me
good point if the cause is from a particular exercise
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trigger point massage and heat between workouts and lots of warm up to get loose before training, I would also wear a tennis elbow strap on your heavier lifts and ice immediately after a workout.
I agree with J.

Self massage your forearm. Usually from constantly gripping, and constantly opening and closing your hands can cause an overuse injury if not properly taken care of which can result in chronic pain.

Here's a pic for you to pin point where it may feel tender to the touch. Won't hurt to try it. It may relieve some of the pain.

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