I've determined that my wrists and shoulders are both not up to handstand work yet, so I replaced those exercises with mobility+strengthening exercises for shoulders, wrists, and ankles. I'm also still doing wall pushups because both wrists and shoulders hurt with regular ones, even with as good form as I can figure out. I was hoping the break would help, and it did for my shoulder, which completely stopping hurting - hard to tell whether the issues were caused by volleyball (spiking), too much computer use, lab work, or the exercise routine itself, unfortunately - it started hurting again this week, after about a week at home and all of the above. My guess is the computer is the main problem, so I really need to start watching my posture and start stretching or whatever. Or just spend less time on the computer, ugh.
Ankle is pretty much same old - no real improvement or worsening while on holiday, although it would hurt after a few hours of walking had accumulated in the day, not necessarily all at once. I actually played soccer last week, with a brace, and it was mostly OK but hurt a bit later in the day. Hard to tell with the brace, since that makes it hurt in the first place. Seemed fine at volleyball (I've played twice since returning, once with a brace). Will step it up with the ankles strengthening exercises and will try to be cautious about playing soccer, and hopefully I'll be able to improve it a bit.
Wrists are kindof a new problem, no day-to-day trouble, only seen with the fitloop routine, which is a bit harder on them than past routines I've tried. I've tried both the fingertip pressure and palm cupping things, and am trying to keep them in mind, but they actually make weightbearing extremely painful compared to the "incorrect" way of resting all your weight on the heel of your hand. It sends jolts of pain through my forearm and tendons. Anyway, I'm trying to avoid weightbearing exercises (like regular pushups) and will stick with the wrist strengthening exercises for a few weeks and see if I see any improvement.