Arm stiffness and tight forearm muscle. What are next steps?

Aerobic conditioning. The first step towards fitness is aerobic conditioning, adequate sleep and balanced diet. Subsequently, you can add a program of gradual resistive exercises. Both combined and associated with the proper diet, should gradually correct stiffness and muscle pain.

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