Ive played around 40 holes on three consecutive days last week, and on the third day with my first throw I noticed that while following through, my right elbow really hurt (BH throw). I have to say that I didn't warm up and also that it was pretty cold (around -2 °C). Today (2 days after the tournament) I went out again with my little brother to just try his new disc for a couple of throws in the snow, and again, I just wanted to throw it once, did so and had that pain again while following through. I didn't throw full power but again I didn't warm up and its now -5 °C. The elbow really hurts the moment that my elbow completely straightens and I can still feel a minimal pain right now (30 mins after the throw) when I straighten my elbow completely.
Three reasons for it that a newbie like me could imagine...:
1) I have to warm up my elbow. I just don't know how. Is there any way to do this?
2) I should do some workout for any elbow muscles, just cant imagine how...
3) It's my form. I remember having read somwhere, that in the follow through, you are supposed to turn your hand in a way so that the palm faces down towards the gorund. My palm is not facing towards the gorund, but rather 90° to the ground (it faces a little right of the target at the end of the follow through).
Im 20 now, so I should think that it's not any age related problem, but I would really like to solve that issue as soon as possible as changes in my form are not too difficult yet now (just playing 5 months).
Thanks for any ideas!
ps: I loooove (and I am soooooo good in) explaining stuff in English, that I probably wouldnt even be able to explain in my native language...