I'm AJ Tucker and this is weight training wrist supports. If you have an injury on your wrist, say if you sprain your wrists, it helps give you support. Also it keeps your wrists from getting injured. So whenever I put the wrist support on, I want to make it tight enough to where when my arm is bent back it gives me some support but I don't want to make it too tight to where it cuts off my circulation. Today, I'm going to show you two exercises where wrist supports come in play. The first exercise is the strict press. It's important to understand that I can load a lot more weight than my wrist can take. The wrist support helps me focus on the workout and not on the pain in my wrist if I have an existing injury or it keeps me from getting an injury. The second exercise I'm going to show you is called the overhead squat and wrist supports comes into play because I have a wider grip on this exercise. So whenever I'm going down I want to focus on keeping the weight over my head instead of focusing on a pain in my wrist. Using wrist supports will help you with your workouts. You can focus on the workout and not on your wrists.