question about injured leg and arm

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  1. myfrenlikesu

    myfrenlikesu Member

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    i went snowboarding yesterday and hurt my ankle, knee, hip and wrist. so i was wondering can i still do squats. it hurts but i can take the pain so i was wondering is it bad for my ankle, knee, hip and wrist if i do squats. its my squat day tommorow.
     
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    umm yeah don't do squats until the pain has subsided.
     
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    #1 rule: if it hurts don't do it
     
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    aite cool thanks.
     
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    ya man take your time and heal.
     
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    Devil I have become my terror. OT Supporter

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    im right there with you. i was putting a 20kg plate down and dropped it, the fucker bounced back and hit my pinky straight on. i can't straighten it at all :wtc:
     
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    what kinda pain, muscle? I would still do it if I could handle the pain.
     
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    some muscle and some joint.
     
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