workouts with a cast

  1. workouts with a cast


    hey guys,
    need a lil help...last week i broke my thumb and am currently in a cast that goes up over my left thumb. I'm in this damn thing for 2 more weeks, does anybody have any tips on how i can still work my upper body with this god-forsakened piece of hardware on my hand?


  2. Quote Originally Posted by bigbobbybee View Post
    hey guys,
    need a lil help...last week i broke my thumb and am currently in a cast that goes up over my left thumb. I'm in this damn thing for 2 more weeks, does anybody have any tips on how i can still work my upper body with this god-forsakened piece of hardware on my hand?
    Sorry to hear about your injury.

    If you work out at a gym that has machines, many of them you can use without putting pressure on your thumb per say. Just be creative. I'd focus on those exercises that your able to do and maybe up the cardio a bit over the next couple of weeks.

    Good luck Bro!
    E5CMB
    "Semper Fidelis"
    "Once a Marine, always a Marine"
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  3. appreciate it man
    i'm gonna do my best seeing that this thing has it to where i have almost no way to grip whatsoever...i was kinda thinking resistance bands but i've gained so much weight and progress in the past 5 months and i don't want to lose ANY of it

  4. i read a recent article that said if you worked out your good side that the injured arm wouldn't atrophy as much. its worth a shot

  5. wouldnt pec dec still work
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  6. really? thats interestin...could yah give me the link to the article? or was it not online?
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