Wrist Radial Deviation with Weight

Need a great way to help strengthen your wrist after an injury? Try wrist radial deviation with a weight.

To perform wrist radial deviation with a weight:

  1. Rest your arm on a table. Slightly bend your elbow with your wrist off the table.

  2. Hold a weight or soup can with your thumb on top. Bend your fist up towards the ceiling, and then slowly back down.

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