Hey everyone, I've had some discomfort for a good 5 weeks on my elbows, but much more noticeable in the right one. I play tennis about once week and go to the gym 2-3 times a week since last July and never had any issues. However starting december i weighted lifts (biceps, upper back and shoulders) right after a yoga class, which i had never done before, additionally i stupidly increased the weight and overall intensity in an effort to compensate for not having done much exercise wise on that particular week. Next day i played tennis and was demoing a racquet which had kevlar on the mains and i think nylon on the crosses, previously i had only ever used nylon i think. Next day after that i started to feel some pain on both elbows but much more noticeable on the right one. I'm right handed and use a OHBH. So i was thinking that maybe increasing the weight training all of a sudden on what were perhaps very stretched joints due to the yoga class may have been the problem, and being right handed that was the arm that would suffer most. However time has passed and the discomfort is still there. Initially the pain was really only noticeable when i rotated my forearm with a 90 degree bent arm, after some time that went away and now i mainly feel it when i stretch my right arm to its max. While playing tennis i haven't felt issues, except a sporadic small amount of pain on the OHBH. However i've only played maybe 3-4 times since the issues began. Left elbow is ok, but if i carry say a lot of groceries with it for an extended time i'll also feel some discomfort when i stretch it out afterwards. It seems clear to me that tennis didn't cause this, but obviously it may not help the issue, so i wanted to hear your thoughts. Another thing to note is that after the first week of rest i did a workout session at the gym (with less weight, being real careful) and the pain completely went away for the next 2-3 days of that session, but eventually returned. I haven't done any weights or yoga since then. The pain is located on the outer part of the arm, just above the elbow itself. Final thing to note is my work involves using a mouse all day long, so just in case i've started to use the mouse with my left arm for about 3 days to see if that helps a little. In this forum i've read about the flexbar and may try it if i find it locally . Thoughts? thanks!