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What you need to know about tennis elbow and pickleball.

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The Basics:  Tennis Elbow is when inflammation occurs in the tendons of the forearm at the point where they insert into the Humerus bone on the outer side of the elbow. This is caused by prolonged gripping activities such as when gripping a paddle during Pickleball. Why Is This Happening To Me? There are several factors that could contribute to developing tennis elbow. Those factors may not be the same for everyone. To help as many people as I can, I’ll touch base on some of the most common causes. Before you get started, here are a couple of things...

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Racket & Paddle Sport Stretches

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If you're looking for some stretches to do after you get off the court, have a look at these! Keep in mind you want to hold each of these for 20-30 seconds.

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Running Shoes vs Court Shoes.

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Running shoes, yes they have good cushioning, yes they are light weight, yes they are breathable. Those sound like good features you'd want in a shoe to play racket sports. But, unfortunately that's not totally true. Court shoes use less mesh and are less breathable so that they can be more durable and supportive when executing lateral movements. Court shoes also use specially designed gum rubber soles to provide maximum traction, and not all court shoes are equal in this regard. Good court shoes use a specially designed cushioning system that provides excellent cushioning, and also allow you to be more agile than in running...

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