armwrestling injury

VIDEOS: How to not to break your arm while armwrestling

Subscribe to channel for more armwrestling videos   This is most common place where injuries happen and most common mistake while armwrestling. Tips from pros on how to not get your arm broken in armwrestling. Down is compilation video on arm breaks in armwrestling. All these arm breaks could have been avoided. Knowing armwrestling technique …

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VIDEO: How to Treat Your Injuries in Armwrestling

After an injury already occurred, we have only a few options. Continue training as nothing happened(and that way maybe making it worse) or treating the trauma correctly. I have few suggestions that were proven in my long years of Armwrestling. Leave a comment so you can get more Info on that and any other topic 💪🏼🍀 …

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VIDEO: How to Avoid Injuries in Armwrestling

This is a tremendously  important topic. We always need to watch out for injuries and train with healthy arms. Watch and listen carefully, so you can get back into gaining mode as soon as possible! Leave a comment so you can get more Info on that and any other topic 💪🏼🍀 Consider subscribing if you want to …

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VIDEO: Tendinopathy (Tendon Injury)

Tendinopathy (tendon injuries) can develop in any tendon of the body. Typically, tendon injuries occur in three areas: musculotendinous junction (where the tendon joins the muscle) mid-tendon (non-insertional tendinopathy) tendon insertion (eg into bone) Non-insertional tendinopathies tends to be caused by a cumulative microtrauma from repetitive overloading eg overtraining.   What is a Tendon Injury? Tendons are the …

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VIDEO: Forearm Anatomy and Flexor muscle Myofascial Release and Massage Techniques for Armwrestling

These muscles are largely involved with pronation. The superficial muscles have their origin on the common flexor tendon. The ulnar nerve and artery are also contained within this compartment.The flexor digitorum superficialis lies in between the other four muscles of the superficial group and the three muscles of the deep group. This is why it …

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