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    forearm pain?

    okay bro's I know the heavier you lift the bigger you get right. So how do I know that what im lifting is to heavy?, the other day I felt a sharp pain in my forearm and now every time Im curling or something to do with my biceps involving my forearms it hurts it feels like a shin-split. Am I lifting to heavy or am I lifting wrong which I dont think the trainer said that Im lifting right what can I do to ease the pain?,

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    When doing barbell curls ive allways got an intense pain when i finished and let go of the bar, this is normal but if its more then this see a doc

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    See thread "forearm tendonitis". Best bet is prob go see the doc. No-one really gave a specific answer when this question was asked last

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    It is the tearing of your forearm tendon away from the wrist. It helps to release the bar slowly after curling. Also make sure you start really really light and do proper warm up sets.

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    Itll go away. My training partner always complains about that, i just call him a pussy.

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    He does, then I just say "fvck you dude" and throw a 10lb plate at him.

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    I get this pain often, so I need to take that out of my workout completley. If I do a few sets with this pain I can't go on good and the whole workout is ruined. If this is the same with you take it out of your workout and put something else in

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