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  1. #1
    Myles M. is offline Junior Member
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    Default For the Party, what to do about the goose egges

    Ihave been lifing k-bells for two weeks now and have had great sucsese useing them. One thing however that I am having trouble with, is that I can't seem to lose the goose egg on my armes. As far as I know, my form is good, but the bumps remain.
    Is this part of the learning curve to k-bells. Maybe I am the olny one with this problem?
    Any help would be great!!!

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    IronFist is offline Senior Member
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    Default I don't know cuz I've never used kettlebells, but...

    maybe try putting a forearm guard (martial arts type) on your forearm? Or make a pad by cutting the tops off of some tube socks and then wearing 3 or 4 over each other on your forearms.

    Good luck, Comrade!

    IronFist

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    Myles M. is offline Junior Member
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    Default IronFist and all others, thanks so much for your ideas. My appritiation to you!!!

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