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Old 05-27-2010, 02:09 PM   #31
Steven Low
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Google "Flexbar Tyler Twist". Eccentric training for the forearm muscles and apparently very good for tendonitis. I'm going to order one very soon.
Yeah, if there's only one thing you're going to do for (chronic) tendonitis it would be eccentric exercise. I've seen this more and more come true out of any of the other modalities, and the research backs it up.

For a couple weeks or less onset, you can pretty much just rest and it will heal fine.
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