Autonomy πŸ€ΈπŸ”βœŠ GMB Fitness

Assessments and Exercises to Beat Wrist Pain and Weakness

April 28, 2020 GMB Fitness Season 2
Autonomy πŸ€ΈπŸ”βœŠ GMB Fitness
Assessments and Exercises to Beat Wrist Pain and Weakness
Chapters
0:48
Anatomy of the Wrist
2:49
Causes of Wrist Pain
8:19
Questions about Elements and Locomotion
12:12
When to See a Doctor
16:36
Joint Noises, Hypermobility, Joint Receptors
21:23
Common Wrist Injuries and How to Adjust
29:53
Stretching and Strengthening
Autonomy πŸ€ΈπŸ”βœŠ GMB Fitness
Assessments and Exercises to Beat Wrist Pain and Weakness
Apr 28, 2020 Season 2
GMB Fitness

Pop quiz: how many wrists do you have?

Most people can answer that one pretty easily, so here's a follow up: when was the last time your wrists felt good?

We all put our wrists under a lot of stress, especially on our dominant hands - texting, typing, pressing buttons on the remote control... And then you chance across these weird "GMB" people on the internet who tell you to start crawling on the floor, and you realize that your wrists have never supported your bodyweight before.

It's ok, we've got your back. Or your wrists. Something like that.

This episode covers basic physiology of the wrist, some of the common injuries and causes of pain, and most importantly, what you can do about them.

Listen up, because you're about to hear your wrists say "thank you."

Transcript of this Episode and other notes

Support the show (https://gmb.io/podcast/)

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Pop quiz: how many wrists do you have?

Most people can answer that one pretty easily, so here's a follow up: when was the last time your wrists felt good?

We all put our wrists under a lot of stress, especially on our dominant hands - texting, typing, pressing buttons on the remote control... And then you chance across these weird "GMB" people on the internet who tell you to start crawling on the floor, and you realize that your wrists have never supported your bodyweight before.

It's ok, we've got your back. Or your wrists. Something like that.

This episode covers basic physiology of the wrist, some of the common injuries and causes of pain, and most importantly, what you can do about them.

Listen up, because you're about to hear your wrists say "thank you."

Transcript of this Episode and other notes

Support the show (https://gmb.io/podcast/)

Anatomy of the Wrist
Causes of Wrist Pain
Questions about Elements and Locomotion
When to See a Doctor
Joint Noises, Hypermobility, Joint Receptors
Common Wrist Injuries and How to Adjust
Stretching and Strengthening