I never thought of that...ToffeeApple wrote:The wrap will immobilise your wrist more in some places than others - especially at the end of the forearm - and this means that if kotegaeshi goes on, there is much more movement in one part of the joint, relative to the rest of it.
I haven't trained jitsu for about a year now (odd session notwithstanding,) but when I was I was suffering, and still do, from wrist problems, which was one of the things that made me stop.KroSha wrote:
kazuya wrote:I had to get wraps after I damaged both my wrist. I've used them for close to a year now and they have saved me countless times from damaging them even further. I now train without them as my wrists have got better but I still use them on occasion, when they play up again.