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    Tennis Elbow and Exercising

    Hi all

    Hoping you can please help. I acquired tennis elbow about 4-5 weeks ago. Have physio but still hurts when extending arm or gripping/ holding. I suspect it came from the tricep exercises below.

    I need to back to body/weight training as I’m getting married in 6 weeks. I had the following routine.

    Please advise what to change or do for the fastest results to lose inches and how to exercise my upper body with this injury:

    Crunches
    Leg raises
    Planks
    Squats
    Lunges
    Push ups
    Dumbbell bicep curl
    One arm dumbbell row
    Tricep dips
    Dumbbell tricep extension

    I’m looking for fast results so advise on no of reps much appreciated

    Many many thanks.
    Anxious bride
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    Fix your tennis elbow by doing eccentrics (google eccentrics and tennis elbow if you don't know what I am talking about) and then just do load management. Aka, if it hurts, stop doing it but continue to lift up to the pain point.
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    Originally Posted by Reen23 View Post
    Hoping you can please help. I acquired tennis elbow about 4-5 weeks ago.
    "Graston Technique"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMfWyena_j4

    As with anything, this therapy requires time for healing.

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    There is a good chance that your best recourse is lay off everything that causes pain and this can mean almost all activities that utilize that arm. These things can take months to heal and longer if you continue to exacerbate the issue by trying to "fix" it.
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    I had tennis elbow for around a year but by doing calisthenics it helped get rid of it. However before it went away they seemed to hurt really bad, like they got used to them and became stronger.
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    Originally Posted by Tommy W. View Post
    There is a good chance that your best recourse is lay off everything that causes pain and this can mean almost all activities that utilize that arm. These things can take months to heal and longer if you continue to exacerbate the issue by trying to "fix" it.
    Rest is not the way to heal a tendon issue. Eccentric exercises are the only thing that studies have shown to fix tendinitis and it certainly will not exacerbate the issue. Proper load management means you don't do things that continue to hurt it so you do not exacerbate the issue. Continuing to lift up to but not at or above the point of pain is beneficial.
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