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Hello again, just wanted to thank you all for your advice. I fixed my form and bought some wrist wraps and I am currently up to 165 lbs bench, 225 squat and 285 deadlift, no pain at all in the wrist as well. I am also up to 180 body weight but my body fat ‰ is down to 14 - 15. Will be starting on th...
No, I do not, although when I first started lifting a friend told me I should use it. Still I thought it's called suicide grip for a reason. About the bicep routine, is that good? 3x superset 10 preacher curls+ 10french curls 3x superset 10 alternating dumbbell curls+10dumbbel tricep extention 3x su...
Just came back from gym. It seems heavier weight makes me twist my left wrist inwards and back. Had to consciously correct the form and now it feels no different than the right one, so that's good. Still, there is a notable disparity in the dumbbell bench, gotta keep working on that.
It might be that, I'll test tomorrow and report back.Crow wrote:
Do i understand you right that your wrist isn`t straight, when holding the bar doing bench press? So the bar isn`t straight above your forearm?
- Sun Mar 09, 2014 10:04 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Some advice on equalization
- Replies: 14
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Thanks you for your replies. I have more mobility in my left wrist - it goes further back and causes discomfort when supporting a weight, possibly by straining the tendons so a wrap might work. Also, I have less grip strength. Here's my programme: Mon: 1 mile jog 3x8 Bench 3x8 Machine Fly 3x10 Dumbb...
Hello, I'm a 21 year-old fencer currently on a break and I am looking to equalize my left and right side. I am 6'1 and weigh 173 lbs. However, I am having difficulty benching more than 110 lbs in a 6-8 rep set because of the imbalance caused by fencing and a weaker left wrist that I broke when I was...