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Old 05-31-2010, 11:22 AM   #1
Troy Kerr
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Default Wrist Support

Having minor aches in my wrist from time to time following training, have slacked on the wrist push-ups lately, im sure that is contributing to the pain somehow. Most of the pain is on the lateral side of my wrist.

I am looking for effective strategies to aid in alleviating my wrist pain. Will consistent wrist push-ups and ice help? I have looked into gymnastic wrist supports and came across the tiger paw, but honestly that seems a little extreme for one who is only working basic progressions 3 days a week. Is their a wrapping technique that could be done with simple athletic tape?

The pain is nothing major. Just a little irritation from time to time.
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