Tricep/Elbow Pains..

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  1. Boosted4g

    Boosted4g New Member

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    I was working out Wednesday night at the gym for the first time in a few weeks. I focused on Arms, Shoulders, and Chest and Cardio. The next morning when I woke up, my triceps was very very sore and when I try to bend my elbows, my triceps gets really really tight. I try stretching it but once I leave it at rest is gets tight again and hurts really bad when I try bend my elbows again. I think is a minor strain (hopefully) because I can still move it.

    Any advice or opinion would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. RollinDollos

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    Where is the pain in your elbow?
     
  3. knucks

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    Could just be plain ol soreness
     
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    Minor Tendonitis, I have it too.
     
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    When I am extending my arm out infront of me there is a small pain in the lower bicep. When I curl my arm as if I was doing a dumbell curl the pain is in the lower tricep, upper elbow.

    I am hoping that's all it is. While showering I let the warm water bead on the tricep/biceps and it slightly makes it less discomforting.
     
  6. eljefedetonto

    eljefedetonto OT Supporter

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    Could be early tendinitis... although when I had mine, it would flare up during a workout more than after
     
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