JSB
JSB

November 27th, 2017, 1:00 pm #11

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
Two "Tyler Twist" videos found on YouTube

Tennis Elbow Exercise - Tyler Twist - Lateral Epicondylitis
https://youtu.be/we4UoiKG3Co?t=3m45s

Tennis Elbow: Step-By-Step Instructions For Treating Elbow Pain Using A Flexbar (Tyler Twist)
https://youtu.be/A2QQaVfeI4U
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December 7th, 2017, 4:21 pm #12

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
To November 21, 8:33 AM...

THANK YOU !

I'm starting my 3rd week of reinforcing my elbow by doing the "Tyler twist" (red Flexbar). This exercise has proven to be almost miraculous...

- I injured myself a year ago and, for a period of 7 months, I couldn't even peel a banana.
- In July, there was a sharp decrease in pain...
- Last October I tried paddling with my team. It was a success though I still felt a small amount of pain.
- Early November, I went to the gym (light training) and felt minimal little pain on my first day. My second time, the inflammation flared up... I was painfully unhappy and I really started to doubt my capacity to heal in time to compete in Szeged...
- On November 23, I received my "red" Flexbar from Amazon...
- Now, two weeks later, I feel an insignificant amount of pain. Though I'm still careful with my training, I'm quite certain my "Tennis Elbow" days are now behind me !

Again, thank you !
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December 7th, 2017, 5:07 pm #13

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
JSB,

Awesome!! That ingenious PT exercise is a tremendous breakthrough for the treatment of elbow tendonitis!
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February 1st, 2018, 1:22 pm #14

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
you should do handstand push-ups, clapping push-ups, uphill wheel barrel walk, and squat shoulder presses.
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February 8th, 2018, 10:18 pm #15

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
Really........ only an A$$hat would recommend that crap.
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February 21st, 2018, 6:45 pm #16

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
that A$$Hat is named JIm and those exercises have actually been recommended and used frequently.
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February 21st, 2018, 7:44 pm #17

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
And yet these retired paddlers with bad shoulders can still beat all your asses
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February 21st, 2018, 8:22 pm #18

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
^ whose asses are they beating? your's maybe.
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March 8th, 2018, 7:20 pm #19

I was wondering if anyone had some good information on preventing injury through good stroke mechanics. What are some things coaches have mentioned to you in regards to technique that minimize risk of injury? Do any strokes have higher risk of injury than others?
if that crew is winning, maybe cheating, doesn't change the fact that the recommended exercises are Bullsh*t.
Imagine where they'd be otherwise.
go drink more Kool-Aid
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