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Weight lifter, feels like the bone inside of the forearm, pain while lifting

i have been weight lifting for roughly 2-3 months straight now and have been switching off every other day doing biceps and forearms, and in the past 2 weeks or so, it feels like the bone on the inside of the forearm (if im looking at my palm) has extreme pressure and pain during the time i am lifting weight. what could this be and what can i do to make the pain during lifting go away?
Asked On : Sat, 31 Mar 2012
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It means that you are lifting weight very early or with beyond your muscles's strength. I would suggest you to g slowly and give some rest in between. Also do forearm stretching exercises. Soon you will be able to do all these without much pain.
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