Initially this was my fear but it actually it has come good, just took it easy the last few weeks. Made a big difference. To go from nothing to 3 x a week, was, in retrospect, a bit stupid.
Originally Posted by Res Judicata
I had the same issues when I started a really good pullup program. I've found that warming up REALLY good has helped a lot. And I mean, I warm up almost to where I'm getting an arm workout, before hand. When you get up to speed, pullups can be a really good addition to your program.
Combatives training log.
Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D
kettlebell workouts give you “cardio
without the dishonour of aerobics”.
I am now getting to class 30 minutes early to warm up. A boxing/mt teaches a class before us, so I am also thinking about seeing if he will run through 30 min of technique. which will be a double bonus of warming up and starting to get me back into boxing.
Originally Posted by Diesel_tke
I will keep in mind about the pullups, hopefully early next year I will be in a position to have access to a gym as well.
Unless you are at an elite level of athleticism or undergoing rehab with a qualified physical therapist, don't listen to anyone who gives you any exercise to specifically strengthen a tendon or ligament.
Work smartly for general strength. Use a RICER method if something hurts. Repeat as necessary. The strength of tendons and ligaments will take care of themselves.
I developed elbow tendonitis from improper framing so the same could be happening to you. Just watch how you use your forearms to defend in side control.
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