Someone at a GS meet recently posted this picture of Anton Anasenko's forearm: https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/t1/1660517_10202858521680303_1099275464_n.jpg I shared it to the strongfirst instructors group remarking that I had something similar (much, much smaller)--and I thought it was normal, but no one, including Brett, has apparently seen anything like it. Some suggested it could be a form issue. I don't think so, it happens anytime I have bells sitting on my forearm (most recently, from some TGU and some light pressing, nothing else)--I've never really done high volume cleans or snatches. When I don't lift kbs for a while they go away. It's a hard lump, not filled with fluid from what I can tell. About the same density as a maximally flexed muscle. Seems like a hardening of the subcutaneous fat. An inch long and as thick as my thumb. I've been using kbs fairly regularly (off and on when I'm at university) for 5 years now (16-21). Never had much bruising even when I was learning, always this mainly. Anyone seen anything like this? Figured I'd see what the chief himself thinks, as he's seen more kbs lifted than anyone.