|By Jason Kaplan |
From Glenwood ,Co
Feb 5, 2013
The soreness is mainly on the inside of my elbow (rests agains my ribs) somewhat near the "funny bone". It's generally kinda around the funny bone, kinda more toward the inside bend, and maybe an area that is an inch, more on the fore arm side than the bicept side. It feels a lot better today than it did yesterday, got most of my range of motion with no soreness.
The feeling was like an exaggerated soreness from what I have felt in the past from tendonitis and bone spurs. I occasionally had issues in the past with this elbow not wanting to extend all the way from the aforementioned issues (usually with pressure involved, think push up's holding a strait edge when cutting sheets of glass etc). My other elbow is actually sore in the same place I'm noticing but wasn't to the same extent.
I'm thinking it was a ligament stretching. it does feel like the soreness is coming from the attachment point.
I mainly just took it easy yesterday, and by stretching I guess I just ment that I was going to slowly try to extend it occasionally to prevent it from tightening up more.
Still open to any and all advice on the matter. Also anyone have advice on preventing this, seems deep awkward jams are prone to this kind of thing, and I'd prefer not to avoid routes just because of this factor.