A common damage when doing a lot of large pushing, such as bench and army media, is a strained hand. This is due to the extra flex-ion or extremely expansion that happens to the hand when under huge fill. This usually happens on days when the instructor is operating their shoulder area or chest area muscle tissue.
There are three ways to avoid yourself from affected by a strained hand. For the objective of this article I will be using the flat bench media work out as the example work out.
The first, is simply to warm-up. The objective of a warm-up is to get the blood flowing and the muscle tissue, joint parts, muscle and structures ready for work out. So many instructors move into the gym and start off raising average to large plenty without a thought of heating up.
A warm-up is extremely essential and only takes 5-10 minutes. I should also remember that powerful extends are more valuable than fixed extends.
Secondly, when using a lot of pushing motions instructors seem to focus more on just making sure they can raise the weight, compared to whitening the fill, having better strategy and feeling your muscle work. For example how many people have you seen doing bench media work out with their wrists curved right back (hyper extended). After executing rep after rep of a bench with a curved in reverse hand there is no wonder why they have a slightly strained hand. When you do large pushing motions focus on maintaining your hand directly, (I like to use the term to keep the hand ‘rock solid’.) Doing this will reduce the chance of a strained hand from having your hand at an uncomfortable position.
If your hand is still sore even after maintaining it directly then you may need to use some hand parcels. Wrist parcels are flexible and cover the hand and avoid it from bending and increasing. In simple terms hand parcels keep your hand in an upright ‘rock solid’ position. The use of hand parcels may avoid your hand from bending or extremely increasing to the point of damage.
Wrist parcels are a really great innovation and, based upon on your training program could be useful for you, especially if you continually practice with household names.
It is very crucial that you expand out the muscle tissue you have been operating. When raising you are regularly acquiring the muscle tissue and they become stronger and stronger. If you are doing a lot of large taking motions your arms can become extremely limited leading to a muscle discrepancy in the hand muscle tissue. This can also be a factor in hand accidents while executing hard work.