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Is it ok to do a forearm workout everyday?

Is it ok to do a forearm workout everyday?

No is not advisable: If you are healthy you need to exercise the whole body with moderation. Working out one group of muscles, causes muscle imbalance in the extremity, and causes disproportion in the extremity. ...Read more

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I workout regularly, and have low body fat %. My forearm veins show a lot. What could be the cause, and is there a way to reduce their show?

I workout regularly, and have low body fat %. My forearm veins show a lot. What could be the cause, and is there a way to reduce their show?

You are normal: You already answered your own question. You have low body fat percentage. Lifting weights will increase the visible show of your veins, especially in your arms. ...Read more

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Calves tight, now forearms. Very active, 6 workouts a week, 3 full body circuits/3 cardio. No pain during; only after, super tight. No other tightness?

Calves tight, now forearms. Very active, 6 workouts a week, 3 full body circuits/3 cardio. No pain during; only after, super tight. No other tightness?

Dehydration: Obvious first concern is for effects of dehydration. Are you hydrating appropriately? Otherwise could be overuse condition. Make sure you warm up and stretch appropriately with cool down. ...Read more

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3 full body circuit/3 cardio workouts week.Calves and forearm tightness after & during rest NOT during activity.This compartment syndrome? or creatine

3 full body circuit/3 cardio workouts week.Calves and forearm tightness after & during rest NOT during activity.This compartment syndrome? or creatine

Multifactorial: Exercise associated muscle cramping EAMC is defined as an involuntary, painful contraction of skeletal muscle during or after exercise. May be due to muscle fatigue. You may also have metabolic/fluid and electrolyte disorders. Cramps from extra cellular volume depletion excessive sweating , electrolyte imbalances eg sodium potassium magnesium, calcium. Schedule appt with Dr for labs and Treatment ...Read more

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Bad pain in lower forearm after work out 2 weeks ago. Sharp pain, and hurts when lift and when i take compression wrap off.?

See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Broke 1 bone in forearm close to wrist been having cast for 2months should be off in 1more week.Im i gonna be able to work out soon? Like push-ups?

Broke 1 bone in forearm close to wrist been having cast for 2months should be off in 1more week.Im i gonna be able to work out soon? Like push-ups?

Fairly soon,yes: Sounds like you broke your distal radius and it did not require surgery(great!) and you are getting your cast or immobilizer off.Your ors will probably get u started on an exersize program to regain motion in your wrist and your strength back in your forearm and hand.Once you have started that you probably(check w/ your doc) begin doing push-ups, etc.Best of luck! ...Read more

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I have a tender lump on my right forearm. If i work out it gets bigger . I did have a tiny surgury to remove pieces of glass 2 years ago. No pain?

I have a tender lump on my right forearm. If i work out it gets bigger . I did have a tiny surgury  to remove pieces of glass 2 years ago. No pain?

Scar tissue: Could be residual glass/foreign body, scar tissue, or muscle herniation. Other possibilities include cysts among others. If bothersome, go see a doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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Was doing overhead weighted squats, during my left hands thumb and forarm went numb. Its been 5 hours since my workout and the numbness continues

Was doing overhead weighted squats, during  my left hands thumb and forarm went numb. Its been 5 hours since my workout and the numbness continues

Pressure on nerves.: If, at any time, the weights rested on your upper back and shoulder area,(or simply pulled really hard on them), they could put enough pressure on the nerves that pass from your neck through your upper and into you forearm and thumb to cause these symptoms. They resolve on their own UNLESS the injury is repetitive. A trainer needs to check your technique to be sure it's correct. ...Read more

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