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Griff7628 Griff7628 is offline
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Default Pulling movements for Forearm RSI

Hey all.
I have developed RSI in my Forearm, I think it's from playing guitar with bad form, i'm not sure. Anyway this has coincided with a start up lifting routine after having quite a break. Pretty Basic routine really. Squats, overhead presses, pushup variations and some sort of pulling movement.
Of the pulling movements I have tried, they all involve a good deal of grip strength and aggravate the RSI (Pullups, chinups, bent over rows, upright rows, dumbbell rows).
Is there any pulling movements that don't activate the forearm so much? Should I try Straps?
Or should I forgo the pulls altogether until I'm healed?
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