I've always had a problem getting out of thicker wetsuits (4/3 mm and above, chestzip with/without hoodies). I would like advice from anyone who has tips getting out of these types of thick wetsuits (neoprene, Yulex, etc.), whether in dry or wet conditions (pre- or post- immersion into water). I tried to get out of one, and especially gripping and tugging the extremities firsthand, I still spent a lot of energy trying to just pull everything away from the torso. However, this was still when I was inside the house and not surfing.
I've been able to get out of this wetsuit wet, but it has always been a long, arduous process and quite a struggle. Recently, it's much more difficult due to a shoulder injury and less grip strength due to carpal tunnel/impinged nerves.
Is there any good way to effectively get out of these thicker wetsuits under wet or dry conditions, without feeling like Venom trying to rip out of the symbiote from the cartoons?