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  • bobo // Apr 4, 2013 at 7:51 AM

    Hi
    Firstly great website !
    I’ve a few questions that I was hoping you or one of your readers could answer.

    I also hurt my wrist, I believe from increasing the intensity of my pressup routine from 80 reps 3 times per week to 100 reps 5 times per week.

    It has affected my wrist and fingers, to the point I can’t do press ups or lift weights or play guitar. How do I fix this problem?

    In this article you mention light weights v heavy, I read your previous article on how do I know if i’m lifting heavy enough, but if I’m honest I still don’t get it, I understand that my heavy would be different from your heavy (ie you probably can lift a lot more then me) how long would it take for me to notice the muscle being built? I’m not on about when am I going to bulk up? I mean how can I tell I am improving? Is it purely based on strength?

    Thank you
    Sorry for my bad English it’s not my first language.

    Roberto

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