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    Pain in wrists

    Im not new to weight training and have trained for a few years now.
    I have concentrated on ensuring that my weight is as heavy as can to ensure growth.

    The only problem is my wrists, i just get this auful pain in both my wrists, when doing upright rows today the pain was really bad in my left wrist. Then i had supported leg press ups normally do around 9 - 10 reps today only managed five on each set. What a bummer this actually affected my workout today, its not the first time its happened but i noticed how bad it was today.
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    Originally Posted by jo8216 View Post
    Im not new to weight training and have trained for a few years now.
    I have concentrated on ensuring that my weight is as heavy as can to ensure growth.

    The only problem is my wrists, i just get this auful pain in both my wrists, when doing upright rows today the pain was really bad in my left wrist. Then i had supported leg press ups normally do around 9 - 10 reps today only managed five on each set. What a bummer this actually affected my workout today, its not the first time its happened but i noticed how bad it was today.
    You might want to have a look at buying some wrist straps, although I have been training for a while I still get the odd pain in my wrists. In particular had a really bad bout six months ago. I invested in a pair of wrist straps and for the first week wore them all the time just to act as a support for my wrists.
    After that just use them in the gym and so far they seem to have sorted the problem.
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    thank you will get some and give it a go. was starting to get a little frustrating
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    I had this problem and I was told to that I was bending my wrists too much when lifting weights and to try and keep my wrists as straight as possible.
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    yes it definately pays to watch the position of your wrists. I think to some extent I probably didnt do that much in the past possibly why I had problems.
    I try and focus on good form now throughout a movement and having the wrist straps help me maintain that.
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    You may wish to have it checked out by a doctor specializing in hand/wrist injuries in order to accurately diagnose the problem and to rule out any ligament tears or injuries that need immediate attention.
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    ive got gym tomorrow morning going to try it , if the same happens again i will have to go docs, its been a bit painful through today. noticeably through my wrist and a bit of pain in my arm.
    Bit annoying as i have a feeling i will be told to rest it...... :-(
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    Originally Posted by jo8216 View Post
    Im not new to weight training and have trained for a few years now.
    I have concentrated on ensuring that my weight is as heavy as can to ensure growth.

    The only problem is my wrists, i just get this auful pain in both my wrists, when doing upright rows today the pain was really bad in my left wrist. Then i had supported leg press ups normally do around 9 - 10 reps today only managed five on each set. What a bummer this actually affected my workout today, its not the first time its happened but i noticed how bad it was today.
    Cardinal rule in training: if it hurts, stop doing it. If you are prone to wrist injuries/sore wrists, upright rowing is not the answer. Try side laterals instead. But how would your wrists be involved with leg presses?

    You might also do some wrist curls to at least strengthen wrist tendons.
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    wasnt leg presses it was supported leg press ups. Not prone to wrist injuries but have noticed the last couple of times i have done that workout that my wrists have been painful. My training is coming up to be changed so will mention it to my trainer too. I do side laterals on a different days workout. Dont recall any wrist pain on that day.
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    Originally Posted by Whiskeyjack View Post
    Cardinal rule in training: if it hurts, stop doing it. If you are prone to wrist injuries/sore wrists, upright rowing is not the answer. Try side laterals instead. But how would your wrists be involved with leg presses?

    You might also do some wrist curls to at least strengthen wrist tendons.
    Your cardinal rule above is right on target. However, I would not suggest doing any wrist curls at this time due to the possiblity that this poster has a ligament tear or another injury that will be worsened by such an exercise. Acute wrist injuries can become chronic and lifelong if they are not managed appropriately and that is why it is important to consult with a specialist in hand/wrist injuries to get an a-ray and if necessary an MRI to rule out any significant injuries as well as to obtain treatment if prescribed.
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    Originally Posted by tabbi View Post
    I had this problem and I was told to that I was bending my wrists too much when lifting weights and to try and keep my wrists as straight as possible.
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    Form could be the answer, can you have someone watch you or record yourself doing a row.(or something that you feel the pain)

    If grabbing something tight (like the handgrips during a leg press to secure yourself) Carpultunnel syndrom could be the cause of the pain as well, a good stretching exercise outside the gym could help.

    Sick your arm out in front of you palms down, then with the other hand grasp your fingers from the top and pull back slowly. Only pull on the fingers not the hand.
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    I've had pain in my wrists doing upright rows as well. If you are keeping your hands next to each other, try putting about 12" of space b/t them. If you are using a BB, try switching to DB's for it.
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    Thanx for the advice, will get my trainer to have a look at what my form, becuase if thats all it is then i want to nip it in the bud.
    Been getting a few twinges of pain since this mornings workout last time i had pain whilst in the gym working out i dont remember having any pain after. But today i have been getting some twinges in my wrist and in my arm. bit like toothache when it catches the nerve. but the pain isnt really bad but i just feel a twinge then it goes.
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    jo8216, you mentioned that you had awful pain in both wrists. I am not a doctor but know from experience with my wrist problems that "awful" pain goes beyond positioning of the hands and IMHO should be checked out by a doctor who specializes in hand/wrist disorders and is beyond the scope of a trainer. Not doing so can potentially set one up from having a curable condition into a chronic one.
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    Thanx for the advise everyone i am going to the docs as soon as i get a chance.
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    I had some really bad pain in my wrists too. So bad that I went and got a shot of cortisone. I wouldn't recommend the shot unless the pain is really unbearable. I bought some wrist straps and tried some neoprene grips (www.newgrips.com) that really helped my wrists alot....kind of funky at first to use...but really helped with the pain.

    I would lay off the BB bench stuff....and switch to DB's....alot easier on the wrists and tendons.
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    thanx for the link i will check it out. Have been to the docs and they just advised me to take it easy for a week and if its no better to go back.
    I took the weight down on the bench press and just increased from 3 to 4 sets. It hasnt been too bad the past few days so hopefully im doing something right.

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    I will try that. Ive been having this same issue with my wrists. Thanks bro!
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    Originally Posted by jo8216 View Post
    Im not new to weight training and have trained for a few years now.
    I have concentrated on ensuring that my weight is as heavy as can to ensure growth.

    The only problem is my wrists, i just get this auful pain in both my wrists, when doing upright rows today the pain was really bad in my left wrist. Then i had supported leg press ups normally do around 9 - 10 reps today only managed five on each set. What a bummer this actually affected my workout today, its not the first time its happened but i noticed how bad it was today.
    Try doing them with an e z curl bar instead. This will take pressure of wrists. Even better solution would be to stop doing upright rows altogether. Probably the worst exercise you can do to wreck your shoulders. Try googling upright row if u don't believe me.
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    Originally Posted by scotpak1979 View Post
    Try doing them with an e z curl bar instead. This will take pressure of wrists. Even better solution would be to stop doing upright rows altogether. Probably the worst exercise you can do to wreck your shoulders. Try googling upright row if u don't believe me.
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    Versa Grips may be a good option to avoid having down time. I've never though of using them for rows but it may be possible.
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    lol!

    I didnt realise this thread was from 2007!!!

    I gotta start getting into the habit of checking the dates before posting.
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