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Two days ago, I tripped over a fat gripz bar and fell onto a workout machine landing on the side of my right wrist. I went to the doctor yesterday, and he thinks it could be a fracture in one of my small wrist bones. Sprain or fracture im out of the gym for at least 3 weeks.
Right now I am on a semi low carb diet (30-50g according to Chris) to cut some extra pesky body fat. I am a natural ecto who just ate a bit too many cookies and candy bars at work. Thus muscle preservation is huge for me. I can do cardio and some legs workout but no squats, bench, or overhead. Rows and pull ups are a maybe with straps but I don’t want anything that could permanently put me out. Cardio is fine as well.
With weght lifting out of the equation, I don’t think it would be safe to continue a low carb diet. On the other hand, I heard its mostly diet and I have no idea how not weightlifting would affect my results (lose too much muscle). Is it safe to continue the low carb diet without weight lifting, or will I lose too much muscle?
Im in the last week of an ostared cycle.
wrist is bandaged up with a plastic rest (will send pics later).
Klbsa wrote: You will be just fine.... Your wrist is only one part of your body dude..... Why would you stop training your legs and abs? Think about it.......
When you are on a low carb diet you have to EASE back into bring carbs back into your diet.... Otherwise the fat gains come back quick. So regardless you will need to slowly introduce carbs back into your life if you are going to stop your current diet.
Legs and abs that would work. Any non BS ab workouts that don't require a pull up bar? I'll ask the hand doctor about those wrist bands for Pull ups and rows. What I'm concerned about are the chest and shoulders which require pushing.
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