I have experienced both golfer's elbow and tennis elbow (at the same time!) which is what benched me from KB work for about 6 months. For the most part it is healed. I have no pain during pressing, however I get little hints of the tendonitis sometimes either later in the day or the next day. I had it in my left elbow and I feel it ever so slightly on the right. I really have not been programming with presses at all, just a little practice here and there. I've noticed sometimes that rather than "catching" the KB at the bottom of the clean with the hinge, occassionly the kettlebell does more of a drop and in an effort to make sure it doesn't come out of my hand there's a bit of a flexion in the elbow which will put more stress on the inner elbow. So I think for the golfer's elbow it's a matter of technique. For the tennis elbow on the press, I know my technique is solid. I stopped practicing with 20kg and 24kg and shifted to 12kg and 16kg to keep the groove and practice body tension to "drive" the kettlebell up rather than using my elbows. I think the root of all elbow problems are usually technique. But do you guys do anything else? Perhaps flexbar work or finger extensor exercises with a rubber band (as Pavel metions in S&S)? Thanks.