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Working out around injuries


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Excerpt: hey I got in a motorcycle accident and injured my wrist and ankle after falling off. Nothing too serious but a high ankle sprain and a sprained wrist is going to keep me out of the gym for about a couple months. How do I stay in shape during this time because I don't want to fall too far behind?

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    Working out around injuries

    hey I got in a motorcycle accident and injured my wrist and ankle after falling off. Nothing too serious but a high ankle sprain and a sprained wrist is going to keep me out of the gym for about a couple months. How do I stay in shape during this time because I don't want to fall too far behind?

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    Re: Working out around injuries

    I would do legs if you have wrist issues, just lower body and abs

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    well injuring both ankle and wrist will make it hard to do much. the only thing i can recommend is rest at this point. a high ankle sprain is a tear of the soft tissues and people are under the false impression it isn't a serious injury, well i hate to break it to you people but it is very serious and is an injury that will linger for a long time if you don't rest it
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    Re: Working out around injuries

    bro wrap that shit up and go train, stop being pussy
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    Use the other arm. There's evidence to suggest some stimulation of the unused arm

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    Take some time off to let it heal some. Then test the waters lightly

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    I would just focus hard on diet and wait to train until you are fully recovered. No need to risk making it worse.
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