Friday was an off day from the gym. I got a massage and felt great afterwards.
Saturday was an ab workout. Was a pretty decent one. My legs bore the brunt of the massage and were still sore.
Sunday was a leg day. Not my best performance, but I made it through without hurting myself. I felt great Sunday night, no pain anywhere, ready for the work week.
I wake up Monday morning with:
-A left wrist that won’t bend
-Pain in both knees
-Pain in right ankle
-Extremely tight and painful sensation in low back (not nervous, just muscle tension)
I’m at a loss for explaining how I aged 50 years overnight (I’m 26). I can understand maybe sleeping on my wrist wrong, but I’m not understanding how everything else kind of fell apart.
Diet: I only drink milk and water. 200+ grams protein a day. Plain greek yogurt, natural peanut butter, homemade chili, turkey sandwiches, cheese sticks, raw vegetables, Biotest Superfood, whey/casein protein, Flameout fish oil, vitamin D supp (4000 IU daily), fresh fruit, and eggs are the main staples. Getting about 4000 - 4200 calories a day. I’m 5’11 207 lbs, about 15% BF. I’m pretty confident my water consumption is sufficient and my caloric intake is as well. My diet has never been cleaner. I don’t drink alcohol or smoke.
Training: I train 6 days a week, with one of them being relatively easy cardio and foam/tennis ball rolling. The seventh day is stretching and foam rolling. Push day, pull day, quad dominant leg day, ham dominant leg day, ab/core day. It’s worked OK for me for the best 4 months. I usually mix it up a few times a year.
Sleep: I sleep ~8 hours a night. I make this a high priority.
Work: I have a desk job but I walk around every 20 minutes. Some work keeps me on my feet.
Life: No major negative social or emotional changes in the past month.
I’ve had my share of injuries before but generally they make sense and they are localized to one area. Any help is appreciated.