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    Elbow clicking suddenly when performing rowing movements

    Has anyone had this? When I'm doing pull ups, dumbell rows or anything similar my elbow has recently started making a soft clicking/grinding sound. I'm hoping that it's some sort of soft tissue injury or instability that's just causing misalignment perhaps, rather than some real damage to the cartilage or whatever. Just wondering if anyone else has had this happen and it's gone away? It's only been a few days since I noticed it. I think I remember my elbow hurting after performing weighting dips last week so it's probably related to that.
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    Not a big deal. We all have varying degrees of anatomical variation. Even within our own bodies we are highly likely to have differences from left to right. It should go away on its own, if not you can try focusing on going to full range of motion on the eccentric phase of some heavier triceps exercises to force the joint to open up and modulate the CNS to allow the joint to potentially move "freer". You can also look up PNF (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation) stretching for the triceps to see if that can also aid in decreased elbow crepitus.
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    Warming up the area with band work seems to help people a lot with elbow issues. Additionally, being proactive with stretching and myofascial release (lacrosse ball) of the bicep, tricep, and shoulder girdle (remember, the bicep ties in up there). Don't be afraid of taking a few minutes of this. Also, remember, keep the joint warm when training. In the winter, I wear multiple layers and take them off as I warm up (and can show off dat sweet pump).
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