Hi, I'm Shane Freels with LIVESTRONG.COM. We're going to show you several exercises on how to workout with a sore wrist. Now, one of the keys to this one is, is that you're looking at how can you keep that wrist stable. Because any kind of extension or flexion on the wrist, is going to add more stress to it. So, one of the things that I'm going to show you, a couple good exercises to keep that wrist in line with each other. And you still do a lot of good exercises for strengthening the upper body and the lower body without putting any stress on that wrist. The key is, keeping that wrist straight, so I'm going to show you from the fist, push-up position. You want to try to keep the hands in a little bit closer on this one, you're still going to get chest, tris, on this exercise, as low as shoulders. So, as we get ready, make sure your hands are just directly underneath your shoulder, make sure your head is in front of your hands. And as you go down, you find that nice range motion that works for you. If you can move your hands out a little bit, go ahead and move them out, depending on how your wrist feels. You should still be in a straight up and down position on that wrist. Now, you're adding a little bit wider stance for the chest. The next exercise I'm going to show you, is a pulling exercise. Again, the key is, making sure that your wrist stays straight, you're not putting too much pressure on it, you're pulling from what we call, a loose grip. A strong grip would be wrapping your thumb, what that ends up doing is, when you get too much weight, you end up rolling that wrist. So, I'm going to call it a loose grip, we're only going to grip with the fingers, put it at the end of your fingertips. When you get ready to pull, it's going to be a high pull, I'm going to pull right down to the side. I'm going to stop right there, I'm going to extend back, out, I'm going to pull in, I'm going to squeeze back. Notice, no pressure on the wrist, yet I'm still getting a great back workout at the same time. Working all the strength phases that I'm going for. This exercise is going to be with dumbbells. I'm going to show you one way to do a bench press, with a straight wrist position, not adding too much pressure to it. The key is, you don't want to be using a straight bar, when you have a sore wrist, because that's going to add some more pressure to it. So, we don't want the wrist to bend. Again, the key is, you're just trying to press straight up, straight down. Now, the heavier weight you get, a lot of times, people want to roll their wrist back. The key is, you want to keep that weight sitting right in the palm of your hands. So, as you get ready to press, make sure you're in good position, you have the weight going forward, right over the chest line. And you're getting a good chest workout while protecting your wrist. I'm Shane Freels, we just showed you several good exercises on how to workout with a sore wrist. I hope you like them and have an amazing day.