I got some great feedback on what was honestly an article on a whim earlier this week. Here’s the truth – I was training my client on Thursday morning (aka one of my guinea pigs) and as we were warming up, he said, “Do people still get on the treadmill to warm up these days?”. Of course, I replied, “Sadly, yes.”
So Sunday morning, I woke up early and put together the ultimate plan on how to warm up (even a template you can use to put together your own warm up). Boom goes the warm up dynamite.
It fits perfectly with this week’s theme – simply getting better.
Yesterday, we talked about getting better with pullups (even if it’s just ONE). Shawna dropped some knowledge bombs on that.
Look, here’s the deal on the theme… when you simply get better, the fat loss and becoming more athletic becomes a by-product. I understand wanting to lose fat for vanity reasons (I’m guilty of it myself), but sometimes, we lose focus on the real prize – feeling better and better yet, performing better.
So today, I’ve got my good friend, the Croation Sensation Rick Kaselj to help you with dealing with wrist pain, especially during pushups. You already know that I use a big variety of pushups in my programs and finishers because they are so effective. That’s where the arm and shoulder definition comes in. But you may have found yourself backing off pushups because you’re dealing with wrist pain.
In this video, Rick will explain what to do about wrist pain during pushups, one of the greatest upper body exercises of all time. Then, you’ll discover how to get better at pushups (even the crazy ones like the Spiderman Pushup).
The next thing you know, you’ll blast through a plateau on your pushup numbers, meet the woman of your dreams at AppleBee’s and win the lottery and hang out with Hulk Hogan.
Weird…. but AWESOME.
Watch the video below (Rick is so smartzzzzzz!!)
Rick, you’re THE MAN when it comes to dealing with annoying injuries and pain.