Ouch! Get Sweet Relief from Casting
OUCH! Get Sweet Relief from Casting BIG Lures
You are on the water before the sun rises and come in after it sets. With every cast you are eagerly anticipating a huge tug on the end of your line. So whether you are chasing bull reds, stripers, muskie, or anything else for that matter your casting arm may get sore after chucking lures hours on end in hopes of catching a new personal best. Try these 3 stretches to find relief from soreness.
After casting and reeling all day your wrists take a beating. To find some sweet relief keep your palms up and extend your arm in front of you. Gently bend the wrist of the extended arm toward the ground. Then with your other hand slowly and gently press the wrist of the extended arm toward the ground even more. Do this until you feel a stretch in your forearm. Be careful not to go too far. It should be a mild stretch and not a painful one. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds and then repeat 3 times. Repeat with the other wrist.
Soothing Shoulder Soreness
After paddling and casting for hours on end my shoulder is sore. To soothe that soreness extend your right arm straight ahead of you and bring it across to the left side of your body. With your left hand hold onto your bicep and gently pull your right arm closer to your body. Ensure you keep your chin out of the way and look forward. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds. Then raise your right arm above your head like you are eager to answer a question from your favorite teacher. Keeping the upper part of your straight arm up, bend your forearm and drop your hand towards your back. With your left hand hold onto your right elbow and gently pull it towards the left side. Do this until you feel a mild stretch. Hold for 10 to 20 seconds. Repeat both of these moves 2 times.
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