In this clip we’re going to actually show
you some wrist and forearm movements here to help stretch out in through the carpal
tunnel area. This stool is actually going to represent your desk, so, here again you
can do these at your desk. Your hands are actually going to be right on the desk. Bring
your fists together so that your hands are, actually your fingers are towards each other
here. You’re just going to bring your arms out towards the side and back in. So stretching
and making circular movements here with your wrists. You’re going to keep your hands right
in line with each other, and actually your forearms right in line with each other, and
just moving your hands back and forth. Then just do that a few times and then releasing
bringing your arms up parallel to the floor. And do the same thing here. You’re just going
to raise your hands, keeping them in a fist, and then extending out through your forearms.
So here you’ll feel this on the bottom side of your forearm and then the upper side of
your forearm. Just going back and forth a couple of times, and then extending your arms
out. You can come back down towards your desk here. Then just pressing into your hands slightly.
Do a little bit more stretch, and release, shaking everything out. Shaking everything
out is very important, so that you can release any tension that has happened here by actually
causing through that stretch process.