Pinching a nerve?

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  1. sffitzge

    sffitzge New Member

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    Whenever I use the seated row machine at my gym I can never use the hand grips that position your thumbs toward each other because when I go to pull my thumb, pointer, and middle finger start tingling like I've pinched a nerve or something and I feel like my grip is slipping (whether it is or not I'm not sure as I've never let go) BUT I can use the grips which are turned 90 degree down so that your thumbs are pointing up. Is this something I can fix/should worry about?
     
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    :werd: I had the same problem with what felt like a tendon popping over my elbow when i was doing any sort of tricep extension putting a hindrance on my shit. I went and got a good massage and then got checked by a chiropractor. Straight now homie. Get it checked out before its too late.
     
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    I get a weird tendon pop around my right elbow whenever I do hammer curls. It's annoying as fuck. I may have to try this. :bigthumb:
     
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    :h5: nga
     
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    thanks guys, hopefully that's what it is
     
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    You have some manifestation of carpal tunnel syndrome
     
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