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    bicep injury

    For many years i have been lifting the same until this year on January 1st when i increased my weight lifting from 40 pound dumbells to 50 pound dumb bells. On April 19th i was doing bicep curls and i experienced something strange, i am not sure how to explain it but it felt like something within my bicep muscles shifted in the muscle but i did not feel much pain so i doubt it was a tear. I then tried to lift immediately after to see if i feel pain and i felt pain so i stopped my work out.

    When i was biking the next day i felt pain in my bicep whenever i would flex it while trying to control my bike. However, each day the pain was going away more and I did not lift weights at all. On April 28th I gave weights a try again with 40 pound dumb bells and the pain was there again but not as bad as the first day so again i stopped the workout because i was extremely paranoid that I would just tear my bicep or something.

    I am planning on not working out at all for the month of May and then try again after with 40 pound dumb bells. The problem is that I wasn't feeling any pain after a week and I cant tell if the pain will come unless I lift the weight and test it. I am assuming that this is an injury from over use on the muscle, I am 32 years old and have worked out since high school. Maybe the 50 pound dumb bells are too much but i was able to work out with them for more than 4 months without any injuries. Anybody have any advice for how to recover? Is a month off of resting too much?
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