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Pain in Lower Middle Part in Biceps on outer Side.

Discussion in 'Injuries' started by manishsingh137, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. manishsingh137

    manishsingh137 New Member

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    Hi all,

    I have started Playing Badminton after 3 Years , But now when ever I play for an hour or so I feel immense pain in outer and lower-middle side of my biceps.
    The Pain disappears after taking half an hour rest and applying pain relief spray
    I really want to continue the game but without pain.:confused:

    Guys please suggest,


    -manish
     
  2. lordrogue

    lordrogue Regular Member

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    I assume it is a result of being too tense. Holding the grip tight overworks your biceps muscle. I had this problem a lot after long competitions until I learned how to relax. After a month of half an hour passes of playing against a wall with high speed, and trying to remember to use the body weight to generate most power during rallies, my arm doesn't feel the least fatigued after a match.
    Going to the gym to work the arm muscles could also help, but fixing the technique first is crucial.
    Maybe you should rest for a week or two before attempting rehabilitation exercises.
     
  3. manishsingh137

    manishsingh137 New Member

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    Thanks I am feel better Now.
    I hope my smashing technique was wrong ,I have worked a bit on wright technique and Now I don't fell the same pain.
     

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