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its funny i used to have these types of problems.. now i have zero issues. i really think it has to do with many factors pertaining to getting too strong too fast, or gaining too much muscle too fast.. your tendons, ligaments, soft tissues need to catch up. also using gloves/straps makes the problem even worse cause certain parts of your arms fail to develop and then using cortico's or anti-inflammatories make the problem chronic long term.
get rich quick schemes are a bad idea.. as is get strong fast or get big fast. so i would ease up on the throttle and let your body catch up for a while. if you do not your problems will become chronic and then you are gonna find yourself turning into King Tut as you get older when you lift.... i see this with some of the older dudes who didn't know when to listen to their body. now they are the walking wounded, always ing to me about how this or that hurts.
headholio hit the nail on the head earlier calling this forearm splints.. its just like how runners who are new who jump head first and go from a 30 minute 5K to a 20 minute 5K in a few months then start having problems.. that happened to me when i was an endurance athlete.. i was training with Ironmen and 16 minute 5K runners after not very long, i put way too much pressure on my body, instead of being patient and improving slowly.. the body is not made of steel and cannot handle such an improvement. nor can it handle going from benching 250 to 350 in a short time