Upcoming Product – Fixing and Preventing Elbow and Forearm Pain
Many of the most common types of Forearm and Elbow Pain are preventable, but in the case that you do end up developing a Forearm or Elbow Injury such as Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow), Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow), or any other type of injury to the soft tissue of the forearm near the elbow, like tendonitis or tendonosis, there are ways to get rid of the pain without having to spend hundreds of dollars on expensive therapy, take a bunch of pills with side effects or go under the knife for some kind of surgery.
I shot the following video to tell you about a project I have been working on with Rick Kaselj, called Fixing Elbow Pain. In this video I will tell you how the project came about, why I wanted to get Rick’s input regarding forearm and elbow injuries, and also I show you just one of the many things I have done over the years to get rid of injuries to the elbow and forearm and keep them from coming back with such training-effecting intensity over the last couple of years.
I hope this little video helps you out. If you have had injuries like the ones I mention in the video, then you know how bad they hurt and how much they can affect your training. You also know how tough it can be to get rid of them.
It is so much easier to prevent these injuries with simple exercises and other preventive strategies that add almost zero time to your training, that I hope you check this project out when it is ready to roll, next week.
Many of the methods that I cover in my section serve double duty as ways to not only keep Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow types of injuries from taking place, but they can also help put you on the road to recovery as well.
For instance, last month, I met Scott Mezzano at McHenry Community College and he told me about some issues his father was having. His dad plays a lot of guitar and the forearm pain he was experiencing was making it hard for him to do so. I know what it’s like to have a dad who lives with pain, so I wanted to share some techniques with him for his dad.
I told him about a quick battery of exercises I do after each training session and he passed it on to his pops, and I received this email shortly after:
- “I would like to thank you again for coming to McHenry County College for the strength clinic last month. Everyone who attended your session had great things to say… Also, my dad has been doing the rubber band exercises and has had some relief with his tendonitis.“
I have had to deal with injuries like this many times over the years, almost always due to lack of guidance, my own rookie inexperience, and poor judgment. Since implementing preventive strategies, I have seen better results, continued strength progress, and I have been able to enjoy my training more.
I know that these techniques will be able to help out a lot more individuals as well.
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All the best in your training,
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