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What to do About Wrist Pain During Push Ups


Filed Under (Fitness, General) by Rick Kaselj

The response from yesterday’s video was great.

Now here is my #1 tip when it comes to wrist pain and push ups.

I never mentioned it in the video but this is not meant to be a nerve stretch.

For some people they may feel a stretch in their median nerve; if you do, discontinue the exercise.

Then look at your neck, mid-back and shoulder position when performing the exercise. Having these areas out of alignment may have led to excess stress on the nerve and not enough of a stretch on the fascia.

Before someone emails me, yes nerve gliding exercises are very important when it comes to carpal tunnel syndrome recovery.

If you or your client has carpal tunnel syndrome, you need to be doing nerve gliding exercises for the median nerve.

If you missed it yesterday, here is the video with 3 other tips on what to do about wrist pain and push ups.

It is here. Fix My Wrist Pain program is ready for you:


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Thanks for taking the time to show us these tips! I have my clients do the rolling on each arm pre workout, everytime they come. I have had them do it off Dbells. I LIKE the Foam Roller as an option! Thanks again Rick!


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