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Wrist dislocation problem

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2005/07/22 00:21:23 (permalink)

Wrist dislocation problem

Hi all,

I have just started weight training and am taking it easy on the amount of weight I am using.
However, doing reverse wrist curls I have noticed that my right wrist clunks out of joint and back in again on the curl down. I suspect it could be a congenital problem.

Does anyone know if doing less weight and training it up will cure this, or are there any other exercises I could substitute that may not cause me this problem??

all the best,


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    RE: Wrist dislocation problem 2005/07/22 17:59:26 (permalink)
    Just do normal wrist curls.. you don't really reverse your wrists on any other exercises so it shouldn't effect your progress.
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    RE: Wrist dislocation problem 2005/07/23 09:03:39 (permalink)
    Welcome to MT!

    To be honest I wouldn't worry with movements like wrist curls if you're just starting out

    Just stick to the compounds and you'll do fine

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