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    Default Pronator Tares pain

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    Seem to have a nagging pain in my forearm. Its not so bad once wormed up but when I am not working out and have to use the muscle it hurts. I have been massaging it but no real help so far.

    Is there a specific exercise or just continue with my NLP and sooner or later it will go away?


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    Looks to be more like distal biceps tendon pain than pronator teres syndrome. PTS has a similar symptomology as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Some heavy, slow biceps curls would probably be of some benefit to you.

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    Thank you Will. Ill get to work on those and report back.

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    I had a wicked case of distal biceps tendon pain and I found that heavy, slow bench pressing before and after squats helped a lot.

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    I have been doing chins for quite a while and they dont seem to change anything. Will curls be much different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Spicka View Post
    I have been doing chins for quite a while and they dont seem to change anything. Will curls be much different?
    Itís much easier to dose curls with heavy, slow resistance than chins.

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    Started them yesterday. Worked up to 3x5 at 85#. The pain feels a bit dull today. Better than before. Im thinking 3 days a week, ramping up 2.5 per workout until I stall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Spicka View Post
    Started them yesterday. Worked up to 3x5 at 85#. The pain feels a bit dull today. Better than before. Im thinking 3 days a week, ramping up 2.5 per workout until I stall?
    If you reduced the weight a bit, you should be able to do them daily for even more benefit.

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    What a life saver you are Mr Morris. This is working. My arm feels so much better. Im up to 90#x3x5. Im going to quit my PI and become a strength coach!

    You all have helped both my shoulder pain and my arm pain. Im almost 100%.

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    Glad we can be of some help to you, but, then again, you are the one actually doing the work. I just spent about 45 seconds typing some stuff up.

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