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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Mystic Eric
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    ok, last week, after i did shoulders and arms later on in the pm, my wrists really hurt. it was so bad the day after that i couldn't turn my palms up. so i took about 5 days off and they seemed to be better. i went to the gym today, and when lifting, there was still a bit of soreness. i can turn my palms up with the left hand no pain, but the right hand is still sore... and when i kinda role my wrists, there's this sound where you get when you sprained something. so what do i do? or what is wrong? i'm guessing it's just over use and strain, and i do have really small joints so they're pretty weak. any help guys?

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    Just some inflammation caused by training. Is it the site of an old injury? I would just try to find the exercises that seem to exacerbate it and avoid them for a little while.

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    just out of curiousity, do you do barbell curls, if so, this may be a factor in your problem, i had the same problem after doing barbell curls for an extended period of time (although it didn't help the problem when i dropped the d-bell on it). anyways, like chris said, find the root of the problem and just drop that exercise/s for a while and see if the problem goes a way.
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    Being on a computer doesn't help those wrists too much either. I was a computer science major for a year and a half and was always on my computer. Pretty soon I found myself having to take some pills and wearing a carpal tunnel wrist thing for a while because of the pain.

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    Wrist Pain ????? tuttut
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    I got weak wrists too. best advice I can give, what worked for me, on curls and such, DO NOT force your wrist to curl as your curling the weight. I used to have it so that my wrist was curled, palm up, facing the elbow as I brought the weight up, and I found that was about 90% of the problem. Also, doing too much work for bi's seems to fatigue the wrist.

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