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Wrist Stretch #1

Hold your right wrist limp, with the wrist higher than the elbow. Palm should be facing down. Go slowly. (picture on left below)

Use your left hand to press downward on hand, gripping right hand as shown. Do not raise your elbows. (middle picture)

Raise your wrists, pressing downward on the hand, and bring your elbows together. (Picture on right)

Repeat with the left hand facing downwards.

Wrist Stretch #2

Hold your left palm up to your chest, hand relaxed. (picture on left below)

Grasp hold of the back of your left hand with your right hand. Wrap your right fingers around the base of your left thumb, and bring the palm of the right hand flush up against the back of your left hand. (picture on right)

Using the palm of your right hand, press into the back of your left hand, while gently pulling outward with the fingers of your right hand. Gently drop both wrists downward. (picture on left below)

Continue to exert pressure on the back of the left hand, which you can do by dropping both wrists further towards the floor (picture on right) Repeat with the right hand facing chest.

Wrist Stretch #3

Place both palms together. (picture on left below)

Keeping your palms in contact with each other, bring both wrists downward. (middle picture)

Continue to separate palms, and feel the stretch in your fingers. Try to bring your palms parallel to floor. (picture on right)


It is possible to injure onself in any physical activity. Consult your physician if in doubt about your physical condition before embarking on a stretching program. The author of accepts no liability for any injuries sustained while practicing any of the stretches described within.



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