Curing Tennis Elbow: How to finally get rid of your nagging elbow pain

Posted on May 17, 2012

(Last Updated On: April 25, 2016)

 Curing Tennis Elbow

Get rid of your nagging elbow pain.

No shots, no pills.

Learn the proper way to move your arm, the right exercises, and be out of pain in 8 weeks or less.

Imagine being able to lift your coffee mug, pick up your purse or suitcase, all without that sharp pain on the outside of your elbow.

Within minutes of reading the first few sections you’ll have the power of knowing WHY your elbow hurts. You’ll realize all the ways in which you’re pissing it off, and learn how to minimize those actions.

Or how about being able to actually go through a workout without worrying about your elbow? Not having to alter every exercise, constantly adjusting things, knowing your workout is becoming less and less effective.

Or not having to constantly take time off from your favorite racquet sport only to start playing again and have the pain come right back.

This isn’t a rehab program though.

You will learn how to immediately adjust your workout routine so you can avoid elbow pain, get your elbow better, and get back to worthwhile workouts. Right away.

For example, lift your arm with some resistance with your palm facing the ground.

Then lift it with your palm facing upward.

Why does the second way feel better than the first?

It’s the way your elbow is moving. It’s not inflammation. It’s not that you need cortisone. You simply need to learn how to properly move your arm.

Bicep curls hurt? There’s a way to do them where they don’t. Watch the videos in the book, see how you’re doing it wrong….watch the videos of the proper technique, be in less pain. Immediately.

Bench pressing hurt? Find out why it hurts, and how you can work your chest without your elbow hurting.

Should you be doing chin-ups or pull-ups?

One of the best parts of addressing your elbow pain is this is not temporary. This is not some shot or pill that wears off a few hours or weeks later. Once you know how to pick things up, the proper form of things, and how to properly move your elbow, you’ll know for the rest of your life. If your pain ever did come back, you would know exactly why.

Yes, strength is an important factor. However, it’s not the only factor. If you’ve gone through physical therapy for your tennis elbow or read around online you’ve likely come across various strengthening exercises. I doubt you’ve come across how you should be bending your arm everyday though! This is what’s most important.

Don’t let that elbow get worse, don’t let it hinder your daily activities, your recreation activities, don’t let it get to the point where the tendon can potentially rupture and before you know it you are scheduling yourself for surgery.

You just need to be able to recognize the ways you shouldn’t be moving your arm, then start moving your arm the proper way and before you know it your elbow will feel better.

While this book goes into a good amount of detail as to what causes tennis elbow, correcting things is pretty simple. You just need to the know how.

Here’s a quick summary of what’s in the book:

1) What is tennis elbow, what are the symptoms, and how do you know if you have it?

2) What causes tennis elbow? (Specific anatomy involved, specific imbalances occurring, specific movements)

3) Why other body segments are important

4) Which daily activities can cause tennis elbow?

5) How do tennis elbow straps work? / Do they do anything but make you look weird?

6) What about cortisone shots, ibuprofen, and other anti-inflammatories?

7) Getting rid of tennis elbow

8) Things to correct in your daily life

9) Soft-tissue / Massage technique

10) Stretching technique

11) Designing an exercise and treatment program to cure tennis elbow / How to modify exercises

12) Sample exercise programs designed to get rid of tennis elbow AND get a great workout

If you feel the book doesn’t help alleviate your tennis elbow pain then just email me at and I’ll refund you immediately.

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