left for a few hours and rhet got all bloody. darn.
this site is fucking cool: http://www.zygotebody.com/
edit: it is my mother fucking brachioradialis. FUCK that thing. seriously.
edit again: which is fucking with my extensor digiti minimi. and extensor carpi ulnaris. and every other fucking thing in there. i'd love to open my arm up to see how messed up shit is in there.
serious question, maybe tk you can answer this because ***youre a doctor***. does it make any sense that the pain i feel when performing a zottman curl motion is vastly reduced if i'm moving at a much slower tempo? is that a thing?
So I generally refrain from giving medical advice outside of work but I'll answer this somewhat vaguely. Any time you change the velocity of a movement it changes the biomechanics of that movement. Different muscle groups are utilized to different extents and stressors can be distributed differently. The movement arc is likely changed as well.