The Arm Often Feels Pain When Doing Push-ups?
Hello. I’m Nabila, 18 years old. I want to ask. Why do I feel pain when I push up my left arm, and it seems like something is shifting in my arm near the elbow. What is wrong with that? As I recall, I have never experienced an injury in that section. R n Initially I ignored it, but over time it became increasingly weak for push ups. The effect is increasingly visible now. After the pushup, I quickly went limp in my left hand and felt a little tingling. Please reply. Thank you
Good evening Nabila, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Push-ups are sports movements that utilize body weights that are primarily done to train the chest muscles. Push-ups also involve other muscles and participate in triceps, shoulders and abdominal muscles. This movement is done by positioning the body parallel to the floor, from head to foot, palms placed next to the chest, and elbows are placed beside the body and not stretched parallel to the shoulders.
In your condition, the most likely thing that can happen, when you complain about specific sports movements like this, is that you made the wrong move, both at the initial position, and when doing the movement. We cannot figure out what movements you are doing, but here we give some examples of illustrations of the correct position and the wrong one in doing push-up movements.
If you find that your movements have been correct, try to consult with a bone doctor for further examination, perhaps by X-raying the part that you suspect is shifting. In the meantime, don't force your body, warm compress the painful part, and consume over-the-counter pain medication by reading the rules of use listed if necessary. So, hopefully answering your question.