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So if I get this straight you can perform pulling movements but not pushing movements with your hand/wrist? This will be a perfect time to focus on some bodybuilding, especially back and posterior chain training. Basically all kinds of pulling movements. Deadlifts, shrugs, rows, pull ups/downs, just hit your back from all angles with high volume. Lower ...


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We had a lady with a broken wrist who did front squats this way. If you add in clean pulls, then you're working two major phases of the clean without putting yourself in that painful position (although you mentioned powerlifting, not weightlifting, so perhaps you do not care about cleans).


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If it is shin splints, as per your picture, the first step is top stop running for a bit and to ice the area to reduce inflammation. To be perfectly frank, the pain you're feeling is due to injury, and continuing to operate despite the injury risks courting greater damage. This is also important because stress fractures are sometimes mistaken for shin ...


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One way is to stop running, at least for a while. Like other bone injuries shin splints can take a long time to heal, several weeks or longer. Try stopping for a week and see if your legs feel better. This is why it is important to start slowly when you start running again and not do too much too quickly. Start off running one day a week, then slowly ...


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First, I'll echo Alec's comment. If you've been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, you should seek the advice of a qualified therapist. Additionally, you may wish to get another opinion and an MRI as x-rays are not the best indicator of spinal stenosis: The X-rays can show the doctor various signs associated with spinal stenosis, including loss of the ...



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