Ponki Posted May 4, 2014 Share Posted May 4, 2014 Hi guys, I have a issue with elbow lock out and would like to know if anyone had the same problem and how one can address this? Two points to mention: 1: My dads arms are also like this.2: As long as I can remember my arms were like this. Thus its not a injury but rather I was born with them. The reason I want to fix them is because of any pushing exercises. I can't do a wall run, shoulder taps or a handstand walk due to the elbow not locking. The moment all the pressure is transferred to the one arm then it collapses due to zero lockout and the fact that the tricep cannot hold all the weight alone. I have seen the below thread but it seems that there is no solution to this problem?https://www.gymnasticbodies.com/forum/topic/5056-unable-to-lock-arms-out/ 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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