By Experience Life Staff |
“When people get wrist pain during weight-bearing exercises, they tend to assume that the problem is weakness,” says chiropractor and athletic-movement expert Eric Cobb, DC. “But the real issue is often mobility or stability.”
- Do five circles, then do five in the other direction.
Next, Cobb recommends a low-intensity drill that will help stabilize the wrists by freeing up the nerves that connect the spinal column to the hands:
- Repeat the entire drill on your right side.