Master Don Juan
- Mar 6, 2012
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Glad your elbow if feeling better. If that's what works for ya keep doing it. But, not point in doing something that isn't helping you OR is causing injury.
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Elbow pains can take a while to get better. Usually it's some form of tendinitis or inflamation in a muslce that has built up from a long time of overstrain from an exercise. Where is the pain located when you get it? Outer, inner elbow? Is it in the lower part of the upper arm or upper part of the lower arm?Purefilth said:Ok, went to deadlift got 160 off the floor, but 170 still evades me :-(
Elbow is a pain - plenty of rest required so ill take a couple days off. I think my body deserves that much!
inner elbow lower part of upper arm. bottom of the inside tricep headLifeforce said:Elbow pains can take a while to get better. Usually it's some form of tendinitis or inflamation in a muslce that has built up from a long time of overstrain from an exercise. Where is the pain located when you get it? Outer, inner elbow? Is it in the lower part of the upper arm or upper part of the lower arm?
Rest is all good, but if it comes back you should definatly try to track the exercise which is causing the elbow pain. It might not always be the exercises where the pain manifest itself which is the responsible exercise. I had trouble with db presses but it turned out to be an inflammation in brachialis due to squatting lowbar.
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cheers for the thought - I can see how that would happen if you hold the bar low.Krueg said:I know some guys can get elbow pain from squatting. If the bar isn't completely resting on your traps/upper back and your holding some of the weight in your hands, that weight will transfer down to your elbows and cause some grief. Don't know if that is your case, but thought I'd just throw it out there.
Eye opening fugly. Honestly. I do like the pump off them but I guess ill have to lay off as I do hav e a little ache after hitting them hard.Fuglydude said:Hey Filth,
Good recent progress on everything. How are your knees holding up? I remember you had some knee issues last time I read your training log.
One thing that I'm seeing with your leg work is heavy ass leg extensions... I'm not the dogmatic type so I'm not gonna give you shiit for doing them. However, please be careful that you don't put excess stress on your knee with that movement and at the weights you are doing.
I've been lifting for a long time... coming up on 15 years! I've been around high level athletes (including some world class athletes and trainers), as well as bodybuilders/strippers/powerlifters and people who make money off their build/looks/athletic performance and NONE of them espouse a heavy leg extension. There's nothing wrong with doing them at the end of a leg day to get a good pump and cut up your quads... but I'd personally be wary of hurting yourself with the loads you are handling, especially with your history of knee soreness.
I dug up an old article for you... Has some good research articles incorporated into it and makes some valid points:
Otherwise keep it up man... Your training log kinda makes me wanna start my own! Its very motivating!!
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only one way to get good at pushups dude - thats to do them!TheStig said:I've always been impressed with your pushup routines....that's some serious muscular endurance. Every once in awhile I'll test and see how many push ups I can do in a minute, and depending on how good/bad of a day I'm having, it ranges from 40-60. Hell, I start hitting failure at around 30-35. Awesome dude, seriously
I'm quite proud of my bench, luckily I get grounded and humbled from my meagre squat. If I didnt have something I wasn't happy with then I wouldnt be motivated to work hard and change that up - Right?!Fuglydude said:Man, I'm jealous of your bench press... Those are some crazy push up numbers as well!