2 Easy Exercises for “Tennis Elbow” (Lateral Elbow Extensor Tendinopathy)

These 2 exercises are designed for people with quite severe lateral elbow pain that have difficulty gripping/lifting even light objects.

1) Isometric Wrist Extension with 1kg dumbbell.

Start with 3x10sec holds. If pain-free, progress to 3x30sec holds or increase the weight. If you can tolerate doing this every day for 1 week, progress to exercise no.2

2) Eccentric Wrist Extension

Do 3 sets of 15 reps with 1kg. If pain-free, add an extra 1kg. Complete this exercise every second day.

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