>completely fucks your shit up and stops you dead in your tracks

>completely fricks your shit up and stops you dead in your tracks
What the frick do I do about this? Please help

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  1. 7 months ago

    >Diclofenac Sodium topical gel and rest
    The choice is yours

  2. 7 months ago

    Rippetoe has a solution for this that involves doing like 25 sets of chin ups for 4 reps or some shit for a couple weeks, look it up. Also look up the theraband and rock climber rice butler exercises. Try hanging from a bar all the time as well ml

  3. 7 months ago

    i got injections in mine which eased the pain but the weakness was still there. what healed it in the end was about 5-6 months of isolated rest. sucks, but depends how bad it is to begin with i guess (i kept re-injuring mine by trying to train too soon in the beginning). it seems like it'll never heal but the sooner you rest it completely the better.

  4. 7 months ago

    I fricked up my distal bicep tendon a few years ago and it took years to get back to doing chinups. Every time I do any curls I can still feel it in my tendon and I don't know how what to do about it. When you look at my arm you can see a bump where the tendon is I don't want to make it worse but I gotta hit biceps

    • 7 months ago

      curl with EZ bar instead

  5. 7 months ago

    Squats and barefoot walking

  6. 7 months ago

    You talking about tendonitis? I just recently got it out of no where like 2 months ago and its progressively just gotten worse. Finally went and saw my doctor and she just told me to wear the tensor bands (which do absolutely nothing) and go to physio

  7. 7 months ago

    Pull ups. No more isolation or suppination. After a year you'll be 100% and really good at pull ups.

  8. 7 months ago

    Get a bucket full of rice and move your hands around in it vigorously til you get a burning unbearable pump. Repeat regularly.

    • 7 months ago

      No, it won't increase your strength moron

  9. 7 months ago

    Bpc157, 250mcg injected locally twice a day worked for me. Then I waited a bit to see if it really worked, then I trained it. Underhand close grip lat pulldown is a good exercise to start with to gauge if you're healed or not

  10. 7 months ago

    push through it moron, unless you're a 30+ boomer in which case go see a doctor I guess

  11. 7 months ago

    The basic physical therapy cycle.

    >stop doing anything that aggravates it
    >wear a compression sleeve during the day
    >ice it every night along with nsaids
    >after 2 weeks of recovery, begin remedial exercises
    >wrist roller is the single best one but there are others
    >grip training
    >continue to wear compression sleeve during exercise and daily activities
    >after a few weeks of daily remedial exercises, gradually return to weight training
    >continue to perform grip training exercises to prevent future injury

  12. 7 months ago

    >find out of you have golf or tennis elbow
    >google "theraband tennis/golf elbow"
    >buy yellow/red theraband
    >do tyler or reverse tyler twist 3x15 daily
    >do 3x15 tyler or reverse
    >don't do stupid shit which makes it worse
    >it should heal within few months (tendons heal extremely slowly)

  13. 7 months ago

    Blew mine up playing disc golf 2 or 3 years ago. I could sidearm over 400ft from a stand still, I haven't been able to get that distance back since. Trying to play now just depresses me

  14. 7 months ago

    I had to cut back to one bicep day a week. Also, hammer curls aren’t as rough.

    Wrist wraps to keep your wrist straight, and wide grip pull ups to strengthen my grip.

    It crippled me a few years back but I haven’t had any pain since I started doing all that.

  15. 7 months ago

    I think I got the same thing but from sitting too much at the computer and its fricking me up because I can't tell where the pain is coming from and working out actually reduces the pain

  16. 7 months ago

    I got the most brutal tendonitis in my elbow from using my laptop with my arm tucked up at a weird angle. it's killing me

  17. 7 months ago

    you got weak wrist extensors or pronators as compared to supinators (including biceps) and wrist flexors
    either way, switch out all supinated elbow flexions for neutral or pronated flexions temporarily
    target the weaker muscles with lighter isolation exercises. you can still go heavier on reverse/hammer curls
    on the isolations, focus on fighting through the pain with an intense squeeze at the end.
    when putting down heavy weights that you are gripping tightly, don't open your hand right away as this makes your weaker muscles fight against your strong, tight muscles. instead, once the weight has been placed somewhere stable, take a second to consciously release the supinators/wrist flexors before removing your hand from the weight. oddly, i find that giving it one last squeeze allows me to do this best as my brain focuses on those muscles.

    godspeed anon

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