Tricep/Shoulder exercises with a broken wrist?

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  1. Delay

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    Are there any decent tricep or shoulder exercises with minimal/no wrist involvement? Ive got a broken wrist so i dont want to put any unnecessary pressure on it, but i want to keep the tris & shoulders progressing...
     
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    kekekekekeke. no.

    well theres this machine where the pads rest on your elbows and work your side delts.

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    You could do the same with bands if your gym doesn have machines
     
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    Keep working your uninjured arm
     
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    !! :greddy:
     
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    Training the uninjured arm helps to maintain strength and size in the injured arm. It's called the cross-training effect.
     
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    hise shrugs
    upper body sled dragging (you wont have to support the weight)

    other than whats been mentioned, use this as a time to develop something that you usually neglect, ie neck, balance, cardio, whatever.
     
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