I will finish with a caveat. I am a healthcare professional with many good friends in the field of strength and conditioning and rehabilitation.  I also have many years of experience in weight training and injury care and prevention. If you have torn your distal biceps tendon, seek advice from physicians and physical therapists who understand basic weight training. If your doctor does not deadlift or gives you a funny look when you say Turkish Get Up, find a new doctor. With the current rehabilitation environment where I live, had I not understood how to use the principles of tension, grease the groove, and how to work on motor patterns and movements, I would not have been as far along at discharge.

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