I’m still not sure if it is, but…
Basically, probs started a couple weeks ago and did not notice.
I did a warm up set on my BB curls, then went to my heavy set (8 reps), and was fine, then did another and so on (on a lighter weight). Basically when I was onto my incline DB curls I could feel a tension (not a pain, but a weird feeling) in my forearms.
For example, if you turn your arm the other way around (palms facing upwards), the tension was on the tendon presumably that runs to the right of your forearm. I could only ever feel this tension when the weight is released. Other than that I don’t feel any pain or discomfort actually doing the curling action. I am pissing myself now as I don’t want this to be tendonitis as I am progressing so well at the moment.
I may replace the DB inclines with DB hammers next week as I did two sets of those after my inclines and felt nothing (different grip or summin?). Opinions would be great guys. Obviously I have started strengthening my forearms in the last few days just to get them stronger/bigger (wrist rolling - no pain on that or anything either).
It also is in both forearms - not just one, so would that make it less likely to be tendonitis? There is also no pain or discomfort after lifting, and I don’t feel it on any other exercise. I was thinking of replacing inclines with hammer curls as they seemed fine. What do you lot reckon? I could also do the wrist roller without any pain, as I am going to strengthen up my forearms.