Tennis Elbow Exercises
Exercise plays a key role in Tennis Elbow rehab, but not by itself! – Get a complete program of therapies, stretches AND exercises here.
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Start By Learning The Goals And Best Exercises
A great place to begin is by truly understanding what the goals are: (There’s actually a little more to it than you’d think!…)
And we naturally want to know what the BEST exercise is. This is a key question with two aspects:
- Which specific exercises are best for strengthening the Tennis Elbow muscles?
- And what form of exercise is best for healing and rehab? Concentric? Eccentric?
Another key consideration is exactly when to start. This post and video will help you make sense of this topic clouded by many myths and misconceptions:
However, it’s key to understand that exercise is still secondary!
Once your injury has progressed past a certain point, it usually becomes difficult to impossible to “strengthen your way out!”
Again, it needs to be part of a complete program with the right therapies and stretches – that can:
- “Kick-start” your stuck, stalled healing process,
- Break up that nasty Scar Tissue in your muscles and tendons…
- And release that stubborn, painful muscle tension.
(NONE of which exercise alone is efficient at accomplishing!)
Learn To Treat Your Own Tennis Elbow With This Self-Help Video Program:
I’ll be your personal tutor guiding you through easy-to-follow video lessons, where you’ll learn all the therapy techniques, key stretches AND essential exercises you need to treat and recover from your injury at home. (No special equipment or gimmick devices needed!)
Just watch the videos, follow along and start putting an end to your elbow pain today.
Podcast Playlist: Tennis Elbow Exercises
Featured Articles & Videos On Tennis Elbow Exercise
Here are two of my latest articles – One about whether to keep playing or stop and rest, and the second about which exercises to avoid. (Followed by several more.)
Can You Keep Playing Tennis Or Golf If You Have Tennis Elbow?
Is it absolutely necessary to stop playing tennis or golf when you have an elbow injury – Or is it sometimes safe to “play through it” – IF you’re cautious enough?
And if you really DO need to take time off to focus on healing, when will it be safe to start playing again? – Two questions I’m often asked: Can You Keep Playing Tennis Or Golf – Or Must You Rest?
Which Exercises Should You Avoid When You Have Tennis Elbow?
Which upper-body strength-training exercises should you avoid, stop or modify – while you’re injured, anyway?
Does it matter whether you use dumbbells or barbells? What about muscle isolation?
This viedo, post and podcast covers general “classes” of exercises as well as the Specific Exercises You’ll Probably Want To Avoid
Can You Still Work Out When You Have Tennis Elbow?
Can you continue to lift weights or do upper-body strengthening exercises while you’re injured? (It usually depends on several things.)
What if your injury was caused by weight training in the first place?… Does it matter whether it was from playing tennis or golf – Or computer use OR heavy physical work? Article, Podcast and Video
Eccentric Exercise And Rubber Bars
What form of exercise is the best for Tennis Elbow rehab? Eccentric Exercise has been getting a lot of attention for some time now – (especially when performed with a rubber bar tool called the FlexBar)
But is it really the latest, greatest thing in rehab? Or is this “rubber bar” method just another over-hyped fad? Read the full article here
Exercise Myths, Mistakes And Timing: When Should You Begin?
Many “Lateral Epicondylitis” sufferers make the mistake of starting rehab too soon – before their healing process has progressed enough. Have you already tried Physical Therapy, and it only made your pain worse?
This post and video covers exercise myths and mistakes and the question of the “right timing” for exercise: Article, Video + Podcast
What Exactly Are The Goals Of Rehab? (Besides Becoming Pain Free!)
It might also be a good idea to review what exactly the goals of exercise are when recovering from Tennis Elbow.
This might seem like too obvious a question, at first glance – but there are three key muscle and tendon-healing goals you’re trying to accomplish. Article, Video, and Podcast
What Are The Best Exercises For Tennis Elbow Rehabilitation?
In other words, which specific exercises (wrist extension, reverse curls, supination) are best for strengthening the muscles involved in Tennis Elbow?
(Discover why it’s safer to ease into strengthening with just one or two of them and avoid the third at first.) Article, Video and Podcast