Back to Back Issues Page Newsletter---Why your arm stiffness could be something more SERIOUS?
August 20, 2013
Dear tennis friends,

Have you ever experienced pain on the outside of your arm near your elbow joint? Does the pain seem to come out of nowhere and get worse if you pick up something as simple as a coffee mug?

If so, I have some important information that could save you from developing a more serious and debilitating condition that could take you years to recover from, not to mention the hundreds of dollars you could end up wasting trying to get rid of this nagging injury.

The painful arm condition that I am referring too is tennis elbow. Tennis elbow is the common name for a painful condition affecting the outside part of the elbow.

Tennis elbow is most common in people aged between 35 and 55 and surprisingly enough you don't have to play tennis in order to develop tennis elbow. In fact, 95% of all reported cases of tennis elbow are from non-tennis players.

Most people have no idea how they develop this nagging injury but depending on the severity it can take up to 2 years to fully recover if you keep ignoring the warning signs and symptoms. And to make matters worse, this condition progressively gets worse over time if left untreated.

There are certain occupations of activities that are more susceptible to developing tennis elbow, such as:

1.Excessive use of your computer mouse and keyboard(especially if you have poor arm and neck posture) 2.Using vibrating equipment and machinery, such as jackhammers, drills, power saws, etc. 3.Frequent use of scissors or shears 4.Gardeners 5.Construction workers 6.Chefs and line cooks 7.Manual occupations that involve repetitive twisting and lifting of the wrist - including plumbing, bricklaying, general 8.Contractors, painters and frequent useers of screwdrivers or any other tools that require tight hand grips 9.Playing any type of musical instruments 10.Sports such as volleyball, baseball, football, tennis or any other type of raquet sport

Symptoms can develop gradually over time with some slight soreness and tenderness on the outside of the elbow, which then leads to tightness of the muscles in the forearm. If left untreated, you may experience the misfortune of not being able to straighten your arm out when you wake in the morning without extreme pain and discomfort. Simple tasks such as turning a door knob or shaking hands can sometimes be challenging and frustrating.

Does any of the above sound familiar? If so, the worse thing you can do is to ignore these painful symptoms and hope it gets better!

But don't despair, Geoff Hunt, A Certified Personal Fitness Trainer and 7 year tennis elbow sufferer has put a top notch, easy-to-follow, step by step program that shows you how to eliminate the pain in as little as 72 hrs...

Tennis Elbow Tips

... and the best part is that you can follow his blueprint formula for arm pain relief while sitting in front of your tv watching your favorite television show without any special exercise equipment!

Get the system to get rid of your elbow pain for good

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To your health.



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