Hi, I'm Michael Carson, here to discuss, "Can lifting with dumbbells injure your wrist?" And, absolutely, they can. If you do it with the wrong form, if you do it improperly or if you do it with too heavy of a dumbbell, you're going to find that your wrists are going to be the part that feel it the most. And, if your wrists aren't going to work, then you can't get the dumbbell exercises for your biceps, for your triceps, for your chest, for your back. So, you want to make sure that your wrist and hand position is perfect on the dumbbell. You want to make sure that you keep your wrist in one straight line -- you don't want to let it go in this direction or in this direction when you're holding onto the dumbbell. If you do, as you're moving, all that pressure goes into the joint -- not into the muscles, not in the tendons, but in the connective ligament tissue. That breaks, that gets injured, and you got a long recovery ahead. So, let's make sure that we go with the right amount of weights, and we're going to use our wrist in a proper form every time you use dumbbells.