This is Jamie Glick. I'm here to talk about wrist exercises for twisting and bending. The wrist can twist, the wrist can bend and the wrist has to be able to move in all planes when you're working on wrist strength, When performing wrist exercises for twisting and bending you want to make sure you move the wrist very slowly through its entire range of motion. Don't short change your wrist because the wrist has a lot of movement and a lot of different planes. So you want to make sure you get the maximum benefit from the exercise. There are a few different exercises you can do when working the wrist. You can do a seated dumbbell flection and extension. This is best done by hanging the wrist off the edge of a table and moving that wrist all the way up and all the way down. Start with a very light dumbbell. And you're going to do two sets of 10. Second exercise you can take a small bar if you have one, if you have one that some little weight at the end of it, even better. And this one is called pronation and supination. You're going to move that bar all the way toward one side and all the way toward the other. And be careful at the end of your motion not to cause any pain on either side. And the third set of exercises you can do is called radial deviation and ulnar deviation. And now you grab that same bar or you can use a hammer, that's another option, a weighted hammer. And you're going to move your wrist forward and back. Keep the elbow straight and two sets of 10 that way and then switch the hammer to face the back of you and you can do what's called ulnar deviation, toward the pinky. And again you can move that up and down, up and down, again two sets of 10 is a good number to follow.