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Just another software engineer. Longtime outdoor sports enthauist. Avid rock climber.


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comment Does it damage the joints if we do pushups everyday?
maybe, but any serious athletic activity has the potential to cause injury. its important to "listen to your body" - if you start feeling pain in your shoulder joint, take it as a sign to back off the exercise, make sure you have good form, possibly increase the level of difficulty more slowly
Mar
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comment How can I analyze my running gait?
Instead of closing the question, can we change the title? I think its a general question about pronation, and about identifying potential orthopedic issues that could affect a running shoe decision.
Mar
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comment Avoiding Tendinopathy (suggested rest interval to prevent chronic pain)
you may find this link interesing: nicros.com/training/articles/treating-climbers-elbow
Mar
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comment Avoiding Tendinopathy (suggested rest interval to prevent chronic pain)
But all of this is stuff to consider after your elbow has gotten better (it sounds like you may have a minor injury)
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comment Avoiding Tendinopathy (suggested rest interval to prevent chronic pain)
Sure. I wrote some very basic advice, because I wasn't sure where you were coming from. If you are bouldering a bunch and still not feeling strong enough, you may want to consider working in strength training for pull-ups and your abs, if those are weak areas? But doing that as a separate activity, as a part of a larger plan.
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comment Avoiding Tendinopathy (suggested rest interval to prevent chronic pain)
I ask because although you asked for general information on avoiding tendonitis, it sounds like you have some pretty specific activities you're trying to do, and advice for getting back into running would probably be different than advice on getting back into climbing.
Mar
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comment Avoiding Tendinopathy (suggested rest interval to prevent chronic pain)
You mention both rock climbing and shin splints (a running injury). Which sport are you worried most about getting injured in? You say you train multiple times a day in a climbing gym, are you doing multiple climbing sessions, or climbing some, then running later, or multiple sessions of climbing a day?
Feb
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comment How long warm-up before gripper training?
Could you use an even lighter gripper, one that you can close? And then build up to the 150lbs one? I feel like fingers work better with relatively high volume sets, because that's safer on the connective tissue, so if you can't do 1 rep on a gripper, maybe that's a warning sign?
Feb
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comment How long warm-up before gripper training?
yeah... its not like when you intentionally pop your fingers. What I would feel is more like the tendons would be stiff and not moving freely, and they'll "pop" a bit if I grab a strenuous climbing hold.
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comment Wrist Wraps on both wrists?
I do, however, do some rock climbing (but no gymnastic exercises). My experience there is that trying to patch over joint pain with a brace just never works out the way I'd want it to. Its always better to just be patient and address the underlying issue. YMMV