Frequently Asked Questions
Can I do MAX Workouts if I have an elbow injury like tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow?
I’m not a medical doctor, so I can’t give you a diagnosis or prognosis for any physical conditions or injuries that you may have. You should always seek out a medical professional and get their expert advice regarding your condition or injury to determine if MAX Workouts is right for you.
From my experience, whether your elbow injury prevents you from participating in the program or not, depends on the extent of your injury. Injuries such as tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are normally caused by overuse and can be managed by giving your elbows adequate rest and doing the proper rehab protocols.
MAX Workouts involves the use of dumbbells and a pull-up bar. If you’re able to hold onto the dumbbells and other objects without difficulty (even if you experience an onset of fatigue quickly), you can still participate in the program by slightly adjusting some of the workout variables (I explain how in the book). However, if you have a difficult time holding onto the equipment due to your elbow injury, I don’t recommend that you participate in the program at this time. I suggest further rehab and rest to completely heal your elbow injury before starting the program.
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