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This is not something you should be asking online. First problem is diagnosing the injury as shown here http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9106324 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16764546 "Most procedures commonly used by clinicians in the examination of patients with back pain demonstrate low reliability." Even using MRI machine ...


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My wrist is sprained on 5/14/15, so I am sort of in the same boat as you. You should probably get your wrist checked out, but in the mean time, depending on the seriousness of pain there are options. In the case where the pain is pretty serious you could be out of luck. But if it isn't, there are workouts you can do: They include forward arm ...


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You might not like it, but if the machines in your gym were ever an alternative, this would be it. Fact is, wrist pain is severily limiting for weightlifters. You use them in pretty much every lift, with few exceptions. Now might be the time to work on your new personal best in squats. Free weights are pretty much off the table, so whatever you usually do ...


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In my maritime experience the best I could do was eat well underway, and maybe knock out some pullups/planks/body-weight squats (calisthenics, basically) when the seas were calm. If he's on a warship there are other problems he'll need to deal with: non-skid (skin lacerating style) deck coverings, folks that aren't cool with the idea of even temporarily ...


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Fitness at sea is absolutely possible. Due to limited space and likely limited equipment on board, his most reliable equipment and regimen will be body weight strength. There are a few incredible resources out there that program a sustainable development to current fitness to frankly, pretty elite. I recommend Mark Lauren's You Are Your Own Gym. Bands ...



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