Thread: Training with jammed wrists
12/29/2004 1:07pm, #1
Training with jammed wrists
A few days ago I jammed my wrists. Careless mistakes with repercussions, wow that sure sucked. So a few days later now and I am anxious to train, but my wrists still hurt. I can't grapple, can't punch, can't workout upper body, and damn it all it hurts to play guitar.
Any advice on what to do in the mean time? I don't want to jump back into it like an idiot and end up worse than I was. I was thinking maybe just doing kicks, elbows, forearms and knees on the heavy bag, and some ab and lower body workouts.
12/29/2004 1:52pm, #2Originally Posted by Gypsy Jazz
12/29/2004 7:08pm, #3
Originally Posted by Koto_Ryu
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12/29/2004 8:08pm, #4
Depends on how badly your wrists are screwed. Now I'm no doctor so I don't really know what the **** I'm talking about here.
Try knuckle pushups: keeps your wrists straight up and down. Works for me. I screwed up my wrists in high school with powerlifting and had to do knuckle pushups if i wanted to work upper body at all. it was the only thing that didn't hurt.A lie gets half-way around the world before the truth has time to get it's pants on. - Winston Churchhill
12/30/2004 11:21am, #5
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Avoid placing load on your wrists for a while, you need time to heal. Looks like you have a wonderful 2 week opportunity to work on your conditioning, core strength, legs and footwork.