Browsing All Posts filed under »Wrist Pain«

How many reps and sets to correct muscular imbalances?

June 20, 2013


Before delving in, do not come away from this post thinking it’s as simple as “I need to work my glutes, X amount of sets and reps is optimal, that’s all I need to do in order to correct my imbalance.” That approach completely ignores what exercise you’re doing, your form, how much stimulus one […]

Thinking about wrist pain

April 11, 2013


The most common reason(s) I see causing wrist issues are: 1) Excessive wrist extension 2) Excessive ulnar deviation i.e. the wrist turns out too much. 3) Combination of 1) and 2). Example of excessive ulnar deviation of right wrist below: – This post is going to cover scenarios where these two movements happen too much […]

My list of injuries with some stories to go along

January 22, 2013


Last year I went on a vacation with some buddies and it was the first time we saw one another since turning 25. I remember talking to my friend Murph about this. Murph played high school football with me; he’s someone who was with me during many of these injuries. Me “How do you feel […]

“Chronic pain has no solution”

May 19, 2011


Horseshit. The title of this is a quote is from a couple month old Time Magazine article. I feel bad for anyone who has chronic pain, which, according to the article, is a damn good amount of people (76 million). Because the article is essentially telling these people, “You are completely screwed, so just start […]