If you spend many hours a day at the computer, etc., your wrists and hands may get sore. Due to such a routine, stiffness also increases and the chances of getting injury also increase. However, there are also some stretching exercises that you can incorporate into your daily routine to keep your wrists and hands strong.
Cleaned fist stretch
To do this, first of all, while sitting, keep your hands on the thighs upwards.
Now slowly close the fist of your hands, but keep in mind that do not keep it too tight.
Now bend the wrists slightly and raise the hands upwards so that they are not in touch with your body.
After some time take them back on the thighs.
You can hold this position for 10 seconds.
- Repeat this 10 times.
Extended Arms Stretch
- Extend the arms forward and raise the palms.
Now try to stretch the fingers towards the ground with your free hand.
Now after some time turn the fingers towards the body.
This position can be held for 10 to 30 seconds.
Desk Press Stretch
Sit on a chair and keep a chair or table in front of you. Now bring the hands under that table and keep them open upwards.
Try to press the bottom of the table with your hands.
Do this exercise for 5 to 10 seconds and repeat several times.
Eagle arms stretch
Extend the hands forward so that they become parallel to the ground.
Now cross the right arm over the left arm.
Now bend the elbow a little, then join the right elbow with the left so that both touch each other.
- Move the right arm to the right and the left arm to the left.
- Palms facing each other.
Now raise the elbows and stretch the fingers.
Remain in this position for 30 seconds.