I want to shed a light from the physiotherapy side on the top reasons why.
Then as a fitness trainer, I want to give you the top 5 things you can do to ease that wrist pain so you can get back to working on your core plank and other bodyweight exercises.
The pain that holds you back when you assume the plank/push up position.
3 out of 5 times the reason for body aches and pains is because of the misalignment of joints, bones and their relationship with the active muscles and supporting tendons and ligaments.
With that said, the fastest and simplest way to resolve the nagging wrist pain is by identifying which bone structure and muscles you need to address quickly to return to your painfree workout.
Here is a visual tool to help you pinpoint which area of your wrist is actually in pain during the exercise.
Lastly, I compiled a quick short list of things you can do today to make that wrist pain vanish so you can get back to your painfree workouts.
If you feel you would like to have a closer look at your wrist pain, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I would gladly help you over the phone or video call.