Tennis Elbow Exercises
Among CrossFit athletes, Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow — as well as a host of other injuries, seem to be an all-too-common affliction. Is there something inherent about the CrossFit style of working out and weight lifting that predisposes one to a much higher risk of injury?
Are you looking for which exercises to do when you have Tennis Elbow – And which exercises are best? You’re in the right place – But let me ask you this, first: Are you sure it’s the right time to begin those exercises? Because, I have to tell you, there IS a right time and […]
View on Youtube: Physical Therapy For Tennis Elbow: What If It Doesn’t Help? If your Doctor prescribes Physical Therapy for your Tennis Elbow, but it doesn’t help – What then? OR if you’ve yet to see your Doctor, how likely are Physical Therapy treatments to help you fully recover from your Tennis or Golfer’s Elbow? […]
Which upper-body exercises should you avoid, stop for the time being or modify when you have Lateral Epicondylitis? Should you use dumbbells or is it better to use barbells? What about muscle isolation; is it better to do more general exercises and avoid getting too specific? In this episode, Allen Willette from Tennis Elbow Classroom […]
Should you continue working out with weights or doing any kind of upper-body strength-training exercise if you have Lateral Epicondylitis? And does it make any difference what originally caused your injury? In this podcast episode I explain how your needs will vary, depending on whether your injury originates from low-intensity / high duration work, like […]
There’s a lot of talk these days about the possible benefits of ‘Eccentric Exercise’ in rehabilitating Lateral Epicondylitis. But can one type of muscle contraction be that much more effective than another in tendon healing and rehab?… Or is the eccentric approach (and the “FlexBar” rubber bar device often used to perform it) just another […]
In this podcast episode: The three best exercises for Tennis Elbow, which one(s) you should start with, and how taking an “indirect approach” is the best way to “ease into” your rehab program. To make a full recovery from your Lateral Epicondylitis, you’ll need several key strengthening / rehab exercises. But should you just start […]