SWIPE Ok here you go! These are some tennis elbow modifications for my shoulder day- soooo that my shoulders don’t deflate while I’m figuring out this right elbow pain . You can also use a Velcro ankle cuff around your wrist to do cable laterals.
I’m incorporating a lot of stretches for my right arm between sets. And, keep in mind that everyone’s pain level is different, mine is literally a 10 out of 10, I am unable to pick up my phone or even a piece of paper with my right hand. But, just because these movements and modifications are good for me, do what works for you and feel out movements before you jump right in. The last thing I want anyone to experience is more pain. These are some subs for exercises that I program for my clients with tennis elbow as well and they have had success navigating the pain. .
Today was my “pressing” shoulder day and I did:
1. Seated barbell press (you can see my friend Jess in the background doing it).
2. Plate front raises, palms down, let the weight sort of “hang” on your fingers. Try not to grip hard.
3. One Arm laterals w bands
4. Landmine Press, let the bar rest on your palm.
5. Seated neutral grip DB press (I put my arm up at 90 degrees and my friend Erica placed the DB into my hand on the side BC I can’t grip it to lift it from the floor)
6. Behind the neck press
I can’t wait to see this beast on stage again! I was @steveoxorton training partner and coach for the first 3 years of his Bodybuilding career, we still keep in regular contact and bounce off each other, and I’m proud to say I have been a fan and a supporter of this lad from our first leg workout, when others doubted I believed! Go smash it bro! #Repost@steveoxorton with @get_repost
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