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Wrist stretches are an essential part of almost any activation that involves body-weight exercises. We often do not take enough care of our wrists because we tend to stop playing around on the floor as we grow up. Start slowly and only hold the stretch for a few seconds if you do these as a warm up or activation before other exercises.
Start on your hands and knees with your fingers pointing forward, palms down. Keep your elbows extended and move your body weight forward to stretch and backward to release the stretch. Repeat 2-3 times. Then point your fingers towards you, palms down still. Move backward to stretch and forward to release the stretch. Repeat 2-3 times.
Next, move your hands so your fingers are pointing inward, towards each other, with your palms up. Move left and right. When you move right, you will stretch the extensors of your left wrist and vice versa. After this, switch your hand position so your fingers are pointing outward, away from each other and with your palms up. Again, move left and right. When you move right you stretch the wrist extensors on the right and when you move left you will stretch the wrist extensors on the left.