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Old 02-04-2014, 09:09 AM   #1
Eric Birkner
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Default Wrist Injury

A few weeks ago I injured my wrist when attempting a new front squat 1RM. When I tried to bail I did not get out of the way fast enough and my right wrist bent back farther than it's meant to. Now any time I have the bar in the front rack position it hurts, especially when I am squatting. I don't have any pain when snatching or during any sort of pulling, it is only when my wrist is bent back.

The question I have is should I continue to do movements that don't irritate it in hopes of it being some sort of rehab, or lay off any upper body movements all together?

I appreciate any feedback.
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