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Old 07-12-2013, 10:52 AM   #1
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Hello dude could you help me out with advice on a problem I am battling with i.e. left elbow tendonitis for a few months which is affecting my deadlift and very frustrating. Even had this . What can help. thanks so much.
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Old 07-12-2013, 11:17 AM   #4
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Good to be here eager to learn. Have you ever battled with elbow tendonitis? Its affecting my deadlift. Any advice?
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Hello dude could you help me out with advice on a problem I am battling with i.e. left elbow tendonitis for a few months which is affecting my deadlift and very frustrating. Even had this . What can help. thanks so much.
Hi Aaron,

Welcome to the forum.

Can you tell us a little bit about your current lifting program? How many days you workout, exercises, sets, etc?

Some of the tendinitis could be training imbalance related, or something like that combined with too much volume.

I had very bad elbow tendinitis. 2 things helped me...more back work and far less direct arm work. This certainly won't apply to everyone, but it did make me realize my training wasn't structured properly.
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First off thanks for the warm welcome! Sundays rack pulls to a max then a ton of volume (reps) at 50% then 25%. Monday- Bench or variation like dumbell or incline chest machine (single arm at a time). Wednesday- Deadlifts (straps) then lat work Friday- squats (straight) calf work after. Its interesting that my elbow strated to hurt after I started to do alot of arm curls (got a dumbell set for my anniversary hehe). I need structured training routine. I train alone. PS this a fantastic forum. I recently started doing tons of arm work like band pulls downs for triceps bicep curl and the roller for forearm. My thinking was that if the ebow is a hinge or junction, if I trained the surrounding muscle it would help the joint. This worked for me when I just started to squat and I got knee pain. I did heavy calf raises and the knee pain disappeared. I hope im not pushing it by asking training advice. Was also doing heavy grippers. Thanks

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