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Possible cause of my injury

Discussion in 'Injuries' started by zhafir92, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. zhafir92

    zhafir92 Regular Member

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    ive been recently using one of my rackets strung with ashaway micropower at 26lbs for about 3 weeks now. n apart from the first week , everytime i play ive been having muscle injuries in my arm which require me to rest for about a week b4 continuing my training.b4 this , i used bg66 at 26lbs so it might not be the tension. im in form 3 n i got a tournament coming up..wouldn want to b injured. any help would be appreciated. thanks n regrds
     
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    Maybe you have overused your muscle. Make sure to stretch before and after the game too. I have arm muscle strain all the time when playing too much esspecially smashing training or competition. If it still hurts during a tournament just use a pain relief spray or patches, thats what i usually do.
     
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    zhafir92 Regular Member

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    i stretch b4 n after every training session. so im just confusd. mayb im doing it right or sumthing. anyway , thanks
     
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    i mean > mayb im NOT doing it right**
     
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    have you seen a 'doctor'?

    or should I say H@ve j00 SeEn a D0cTorr?
    ;) I mean, I found it hard to read your post:p;)
     
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    What sort of muscles injuries?
    Overstrain , tear ,pain or soreness?

    Did you do something extra that you don't usually does?
    Best bet is to consult a doctor or your coach.
     

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