Friday August 4th, 2017: How to help with wrist pain

August 3, 2017

WARM UP 

Pass throughs
Rev. pass throughs
Clean rack stretch
T-spine stretch on the foam roller
Couch stretch
Pigeon stretch
Seated pike Stretch
3x
5 inchworms with push up
10 jumping jacks
10 lunges

STRENGTH
Jerk (from rack)
3@60%
3 @65%
3@70%
3@75%

 

WOD
“Ascending Clean Ladder”

7 min amrap

1 power clean 155/105,
30 double unders

2 power cleans 155/105,
30 double unders

Continue to add 1 power clean per round until the 7mins is over

**score is total amount of CLEANS completed in the 7 mins, DU are not involved in the score.

L1: 75/45
L2: 95/65
L3: 115/80
L4: 135/95
ADV: 185/135

Blog:
Brought to You by Breaking Muscle — Do your wrists hurt a lot after lifting, or do you have weak wrists? Your wrists can take a beating with all the push press, front squats, handstands, and push-ups you’re doing on a regular basis so it’s super important to mobilize and strengthen your wrists. Breaking Muscle has a 90 second routine (you can do before class. P.S. If your wrists are sore or hurting after thrusters or front squats it’s not your wrist mobility, it’s a combination of your shoulders and triceps so stop blaming your wrists for your front rack. 

Link: https://breakingmuscle.com/fitness/the-forgotten-joint-wrist-mobility-and-strength.com

 

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