It appears that a catcher that needs to cut down a little has broken my wrist. Stealing home, he’s set up infront of plate, come in from behind w/ hookslide to avoid tag, reach in right hand, have catcher fall on it, grimace in pain. Real T-men don’t cry though, except I did get a little (tiny bit) teary when I heard I would be out for the season, right after I heard I would make varsity as a soph.
Anyways, could someone help me out with exercises I could do with left arm only? I think squats and stuff are out too, because I can’t do anything involving wrist to forearm. Also, what should I be looking at in terms of diet for my newly sedentary lifestyle? I can run on it apparently, so im thinkin PC early to PF later in the day, with some cardio.
Probably just a lot of ab work, right? isometric legs I can see, lunges, not feelin the upperbody work though. I guess I’m tryin to look on the bright side, but truth prolly is not a whole lot of lifting for 4-8 weeks. Fuck, right after I improved my maxes and was making progress. Any chance Biotest makes a supp. that will help me out? Lol, “Miraclegrow”. On the plus, XRays said I had growth plates like a 10 year old, and that I should have like 6-8 inches left. Whoopee!
Fracture through growth plate of radius and ulna, displacement of distal fragment by 20% through distal fragment is medical terminology.