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This is my new log. I can't squat or deadlift or run again until I correct some longstanding muscle imbalances that really pre-date my strength training. I'll be posting my rehab stuff here. It's going to include the upper body stuff I do in order to not atrophy. Not sure how much commentary there's going to be. I'll add the link to my other log shortly for anyone interested in how I got here.
Hi everyone............ I feel a pain in back tendons of my knee not a big pain but small one and it is continuous. Also when I sit and lock knee joint I feel with this small pain in front of my knee. I do not play barbell squat only ( V squat , leg curl , SLDL , dumbbell squat) I made X ray, one doctor said that I have very little knee osteoarthritis and other doctor said my knee is good. I am a bit over weight 102 kg and 178 cm/ I asking I heard that there is usual pain when you squat? this is the usual knee pain ?? My pain is not hard , but only i feel it small pain. Anyone had similar case ?
So, I saw this in two separate places: Mobility WOD: http://www.mobilitywod.com/2012/04/banish-your-elbow-pain-you-dont-really-play-golf-or-tennis-do-you.html Glenn Pendlay: http://glennpendlay.wordpress.com/2012/02/17/got-tendonitis/ Basically you get a tire inner tube, chop out the valve and slice it in half, lengthways. Wrap that mo-fo around your elbow joint (best shown in the Mobility WOD video) and then go through a full range of elbow motion for a minute or so (or until your hand looks like it's gonna fall off). Then bingo! your tendinitis is cured. A quick caveat - I couldn't get this working with the elastic bands at the gym this morning, and I'm yet to lay my hands on a tire inner tube (damn local bike shop was out). From the comments it seems like these approaches work, and if Glenn recommends it then I'm interested. If anyone else has tried this I'd love to know. I've been using a fucking hard foam roller on the forearms and triceps. Will update again later when I have tried it to let you know of its efficacy.