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« on: December 10, 2015, 09:42:50 PM »

Two weeks ago, I felt something tickle just under my palm on my wrist. I look and
notice a bump. Confused, I press onto the bump and it goes right back into my wrist.
No immediate pain. Just an ache in my wrist, hand, and forearm afterwards. A day
later, it's gone.

Fast forward to a week later. I'm washing my dog's and I start having
pain in the same forearm, hand, wrist. Once I was done, the bump was back. So,
I pushed right back in. No sudden pain. But this time I ached for a few days till I lifted
again. So far lifting seems to help. Though I haven't trained my forearms directly.

Also, I wanna note that the bump appeared after a arm day. Here was my arm day routine.

Reverse grip curls with straight bar

Standing reverse wrist curls

Standing behind the back wrist curls

Hammer curls

Standing curls with EZ curl bar

Skull crushers with EZ curl bar

Overhead tricep extensions with ez curl bar

Alternating dumbbel curls

Preacher curls with the ez curl bar

Reverse grip one-handed tricep pushdowns

There was never a moment where I was in sudden pain, yet I feel something in this routine
is what caused it. Main culprit for me being the standing behind the back wrist curls. But my
knowledge on muscular physiology is limited, so I'm curious for others input.
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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2015, 07:45:51 PM »

That's odd man
Perhaps an issue with cartilage I really do not know
How is your wrist flexibility? Can u do a front rack easily like in the front squat?
Two weeks ago, I felt something tickle just under my palm on my wrist. I look and
notice a bump. Confused, I press onto the bump and it goes right back into my wrist.
No immediate pain. Just an ache in my wrist, hand, and forearm afterwards. A day
later, it's gone.

Fast forward to a week later. I'm washing my dog's and I start having
pain in the same forearm, hand, wrist. Once I was done, the bump was back. So,
I pushed right back in. No sudden pain. But this time I ached for a few days till I lifted
again. So far lifting seems to help. Though I haven't trained my forearms directly.

Also, I wanna note that the bump appeared after a arm day. Here was my arm day routine.

Reverse grip curls with straight bar

Standing reverse wrist curls

Standing behind the back wrist curls

Hammer curls

Standing curls with EZ curl bar

Skull crushers with EZ curl bar

Overhead tricep extensions with ez curl bar

Alternating dumbbel curls

Preacher curls with the ez curl bar

Reverse grip one-handed tricep pushdowns

There was never a moment where I was in sudden pain, yet I feel something in this routine
is what caused it. Main culprit for me being the standing behind the back wrist curls. But my
knowledge on muscular physiology is limited, so I'm curious for others input.
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« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2015, 08:24:27 PM »

My wrist flexibility is good. I can front rack, no problem. I was/still am thinking it could be carpal tunnel. As
I've heard bump-like protrusions can be a sign.

 Though my wrist feels increasingly better with each workout. Still gonna stay away from direct forearm work though.

Think I'll invest in some wrist wraps as well.
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