I’ve been doing P90X lately to get into shape for my holidays. I’d only been doing it about 2 weeks and when I came home my wrist was killing me, not in an everyday way, but there was a break in the middle of the bone that when i went to sleep at night would put pressure on it and not allow it to rest comfortably. My massage therapist said this is completely normal and has happened before (He himself broke his wrist shortly after starting P90X). So weekend number 3 which is today I decided the Wrist Roller thing might be worth a try instead of going in with full force massaging.
The first part seemed like it was working… It got blood flowing around and under the space between my metacarpals/phalanges where wrist pain originates from … Now its slightly swollen near that area still but no real VISIBLE difference yet although I can’t really tell without trying hard enough(which is exactly what i’m afraid of) . The next step will be putting excercise back into it using some sort of rubber tubing or tennis ball..then if none of these work we’ll up our commitment level so we can can do more palms facing up segment workout by day 5…anyways just wanted to update you guys abit since ive never gone through anything like this before so you guys may have better advice than he does!!
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Crossfit Games – The 2021 Season Schedule Beginning With The Open March 11
The CrossFit Games begin on March 11, 2021. CrossFitters across the world will once again experience the raucous atmosphere of handshakes and helpings of grits as they cheer on competitors in the 2019-20 season, which begins with The Open next month, February 12 to March 13 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. To date, more than 800 athletes have confirmed their intention to compete at this year’s Regional (Qualifying) Competition taking place April 20-22 in Columbus, Ohio. The top male and female finishers from each region will represent the U.S., Canada and select countries internationally for Combined Worldwide Regionals (CWRegionals), where athletes qualify for The CrossFit Games! Athletes also compete online through Open Workouts starting May 10 leading up to Playoffs August 8-18 in Santa Clara, Calif., culminating with The Established Event August 9-17 WHICH IS WHERE YOU GET TO PLAY GAMES WITH OTHER PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DO WHAT YOU DO FOR A LIVING. Cheers!