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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?

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    wrist injury

    alright so friday at my indoor soccer game we were warming up before the game and since im goalie people were taking shots on me
    well one was shot at the goal and when i went to block it it smashed my wrist and jammed it pretty bad, i finished the game but luckily the team sucked so there wasnt many shots on goal (i got the shutout)
    well today will be my first day back at the gym and it is still pretty sore if i have a hard time im not going to try and force it, i dont want to further injure it
    anyone else ever had something like this and can offer some advice
    thnks in advance

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    best thing to do is rest and get it checked by a doc if the pain persists.
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    I agree. If pain persists for more than 48 hours, seek medical attention. In the meantime, ice it and try to not to move it.

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    My wrists been hurting when pressured at a certain angle for 2 weeks and I still lift. !

    I think its the way I have to get the 80lb dumbedd on my chest for weighted decline situps.

    I'm an EMT and I know better than to let it be too lol. Get it checked out. Maybe I'll follow my own advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markdk86 View Post
    My wrists been hurting when pressured at a certain angle for 2 weeks and I still lift. !

    I think its the way I have to get the 80lb dumbedd on my chest for weighted decline situps.

    I'm an EMT and I know better than to let it be too lol. Get it checked out. Maybe I'll follow my own advice.

    You could also have weak wrist flexors and extensors. My advice is to stop using wrist straps (if you do use them) and start performing some brachioradialis work and grip exercises (farmer walks, shrugs, deads)

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    No they are strong. I'm deading close to 400 for 1RM now.

    It's just the way I lock my legs in at my old gym. I rested the dumbell on a flat piece of metal behind the peg to hold on to while setting your feet in for the situps. So once set in I gat to pull weirdly to lift the dumbell over the peg and to my chest, always resorting in possibly hyperextension of my wrist. It's still tender.

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