#SaturdayStretch!

Monday we showed you guys the pronator and supinator wrist muscles, now lets stretch them out.

Pronator Stretches:

Lay your arm flat on a table palm facing up holding a light weight. Let the weight gently pull your hand deeper into the rotation. Hold for 10-15 seconds then repeat on the other side.

If you don’t have a light weight, you can do the stretch without it as well. Using your opposing hand, grab your thumb from underneath, and gently rotate your wrist more until you can feel the stretch. Hold for 10-15 seconds.

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Supinator stretches:

These are pretty similar to the pronator stretches, but you start with your palm face down. Then with your opposing hand over the other, grab the edge of your hand by the pinky, and gently rotate further by lifting up and pulling towards the thumb.

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