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My name is Jedd Johnson, and I am just like you.
I have suffered from intense pain in my elbows and forearms, I’ve struggled through workouts, and I’ve laid in bed awake at night wondering if the pain in my elbow was ever going to go away.
But I have been lucky enough, through trial and error, to figure out how to fix my elbow pain and keep it away for quite some time, and I want to show you how you can do the same, today.
Let me tell you my story…
It was 2003 and I had just begun a new form of strength training, called Grip Sport. This brand new sport involved all kinds of ways to test hand and forearm strength, like squeezing heavy-duty hand grippers until the handles touched together, lifting very heavy thick-handled dumbbells, and my favorite part of all – bending nails and steel bars!
Once I found out about this new sport, I went at it like an animal – with 100% effort. Because I loved it so much, I began bending nails almost every single day of the week. It just felt awesome to twist a 6-inch nail into a U-shape.
Then, one day at work, I was pushing open the door to the cafeteria break room and got an intense pain in my arm that felt like someone was jabbing me with a red hot fireplace poker.
WHAT JUST HAPPENED TO MY FOREARM????
Here I am, a person with a desk job, and I found myself in the nurse’s station reporting an injury from opening a door – I couldn’t have been any more embarrassed…it felt like every single person walking by the door was staring at me in shame!
I soon learned that I had developed two conditions, commonly referred to as Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow.
Both are very common injuries that thousands of people suffer from each year – the only difference was most people only get one or the other. Both sides of my elbow were sensitive to the touch and they hurt so bad, I couldn’t even drink coffee using that arm for a week due to the pain.
I soon began going to a therapist and after spending hundreds of dollars and missing countless half-days of work, the pain was gone and I was back to my old self again.
I decided to take it a little easier on the Nail Bending after that.
Over the next couple of years, I experienced other bouts of Tennis Elbow, but thankfully, it was never as severe as that first time – and I think that is because I have figured out how to prevent it from happening again.
I have identified a handful of simple and easy-to-perform drills, that I do on a regular basis that I plug right into my current training and lifestyle, to prevent that terrible forearm pain from coming back.
I have even passed on this information to many friends and coaching clients and they remain free of nagging forearm pain as well…
Unfortunately, because I am recognized as an expert on grip and forearm strength development, I am contacted by people just like yourself from all over the world every single week about pain they are experiencing in their forearms and elbows.
Preventing forearm pain is my strong point, but what about those who already have forearm pain and so desperately need relief? I knew I needed to find somebody who was a master at helping people recover from injuries they had.
For over a year, I kept on reading about this injury expert, Rick Kaselj. I would see his name here, or see him in a video there, and I came to realize that Rick Kaselj was exactly the person I needed to work with to help people like you solve even their most frustrating elbow and forearm injuries!
What a list of accolades he has amounted…
I called Rick up – and as soon as he and I started talking, the gears started…
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